Webcasts

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​A convenient and affordable option to get practical answers and train
your entire team on current breaking issues facing the benefits and
compensation industry.

Quality Information—Advice and strategies from leading experts
in the industry
Objectivity—Unbiased solutions with no commercials
Interaction—Participate in polling questions and a 30-minute Q&A session
Materials—Access handouts prior to webcast and receive additional
resources after

Recent ACAU Webcast 
 

ACA Update: King v. Burwell—Now What?
Recorded July 9, 2015 

The Affordable Care Act has faced yet another challenge. This webcast will review the Supreme Court’s decision in King v. Burwell and present what this decision means for the future of health care plans. Plan sponsors will learn what steps they need to take moving forward.

Recent Webcast 
 

Same-Sex Spousal Benefits After the Supreme Court Decision
Recorded July 16, 2015

Rules and practices surrounding same-sex partner benefits are ever-evolving as plan sponsors deal with federal and state legal and regulatory changes. This webcast will highlight the landmark Supreme Court decision Obergefell v. Hodges and other recent developments and discuss the steps needed to comply now.

Recent Webcast 
 

Cyberattacks and Data Theft: Protecting Your Employees
Recorded July 23, 2015

Cyberthieves are targeting more than just big data companies. Any organization storing personal identity information is at risk and employers need to protect employees and participants from these threats.  With mobile devices intensifying the risk of a breach and wireless networks providing additional access, keeping internal data safe is increasingly important.  What is the future of security for service providers? Keep your employees and participants safe from cyberattacks and data theft by learning about best practices and critical security requirements.

Upcoming Webcast 
 

Social Security and Retirement Planning: A Hit or Myth Proposition
August 13, 2015  3:00 - 4:30 PM EST
In partnership with the New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC)

Social Security's retirement program has been a basic part of American life for nearly 79 years. Yet, despite its age, size, and economic impact, the myths and misunderstandings about Social Security are many. This webcast will help you understand the complex Social Security system, its features and benefits, and how beneficiaries can maximize their benefits. Topics include: eligibility, process of when and how to collect, benefit calculations, and the impact of working in retirement. This program is ideal for everyone including benefit plan professionals and participants.