We are thrilled to announce the 66th Annual Employee Benefits Conference has gone
VIRTUAL! The format of the Annual Employee Benefits Conference has changed this year, but your need for education has not.
This year's virtual format allows you to attend more sessions, whenever it is convenient for your schedule. Engage in over 40 sessions—ranging from legal and legislative updates to cybersecurity to innovations in mental health—offered over a span of three weeks and available for viewing through December 31, 2020.
Whether you are watching it live or on-demand you will find high quality speakers and sessions only a click away. Register today to ensure your spot in this virtual event of the year.
Join us in 2021 in Denver, Colorado for the 67th Annual Employee Benefits Conference.
2021 Annual Conference
We have organized this virtual conference by topic area. Each day of the week new sessions will be available that will focus on one of those areas. Tuesdays will be sessions covering health, Wednesdays will be focused on pension topics and Thursdays will be general benefits-related topics.
View Tuesday's-Health Sessions | View Wednesday's-Pension SessionsView Thursday's-General Sessions | View Friday's-Special Sessions for Attorneys
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Download Complete Program Agenda
All times listed are in Eastern Time.
Reenergize with a fun Bonus Brain Break! Clear your mind, try something completely different and learn a new skill including:
These half-hour zoom sessions explore how International
Foundation products and services can help you in your role supporting your
funds. Each discussion is followed by an opportunity to ask questions. These are live sessions that will take place at 1:00
p.m. ET. Topics include:
This virtual conference is for those that serve multiemployer trust funds including:
Ignite your learning experience by attending sessions throughout the three weeks and watch when it is convenient for you.
A civil rights lawyer, author and businessman, Deval Patrick served as the
71st governor of Massachusetts from 2007 to 2015.
poverty on the South Side of Chicago to prominence in politics,
business and the civil rights arena, Governor Patrick will share lessons
he has learned along the way on how interest in and curiosity about
diverse people and opinions can lead to improbable, meaningful and
CEBS Compliance Credit:
Each session is worth 1.5 credits toward CEBS Compliance. By the conclusion of the conference, you should self-report your attendance depending on how many full sessions you watch.
View full details of approved continuing education credit.
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