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your entire team on current breaking issues facing the benefits and
compensation industry.

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in the industry
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resources after

Upcoming NEEBC Partnership Webcast

Worksite Wellness: Moving Beyond the Physical Dimension
November 20, 2014 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET

The majority of worksite wellness programs are designed to deal with weight loss, lack of physical fitness, smoking cessation, etc. – the physical components of good health, but what about mental health? How can you help your employees manage mental and emotional health issues, particularly as they affect absenteeism and productivity? The following topics will be discussed:

  • Results from an effective program for working adults with depression that improves work performance and productivity and reduces depression symptom severity (Dr. Debra Lerner)
  • How the EAP and Work Life industry is evolving to meet the needs of the mental wellness of employees and family members – what’s changed and what employers can expect from EAP’s in the future (Kathleen Greer)
Recent ACAU Webcast 

Preparing for Reporting of Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC) and Applicable Large Employer (ALE) Reporting
October 7, 2014  3:00 - 4:30 PM ET

Join us for a discussion of the regulations and draft IRS forms for reporting health plan coverage under IRS Code Sections 6055 and 6066. This webcast will discuss frequently asked questions, including:

  • Which plan sponsors need to file these reports?
  • When, exactly, do the rules begin to apply?
  • Do all employees need to be reported, or just those covered by the plan?
  • What communication requirements do plan sponsors have to covered/non-covered individuals?
  • How to report plan participants without complete personal data (social security number, date of birth, etc.)
  • Tactics for satisfying compliance requirements
  • How the rules apply to multiemployer plans