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Power Lunch: Healthcare Hot Topic of the Month (April)

  • Marybeth Gray
    Senior Vice President, Trion

Grab your lunch and join us online for a 20 minute webinar covering today’s hottest topics in healthcare benefits.  On Wednesday, April 5th at 12 ET, Marybeth Gray of Trion discusses:

  • Update on the failed Healthcare Reform Bill and what’s next! (5 mins)
  • Pharmacy trends and how employers are handling the high cost of specialty drugs. (15 mins)

Retirement Plan Due Diligence for Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Doug Conkel
    Principal, Milliman
  • Bart Pushaw
    Principal, Milliman

Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) can raise complicated issues for your benefit plans. Join Doug Conkel and Bart Pushaw of Milliman for a one hour webinar to hear how a pre-M&A due diligence process can help you protect your company’s financial interests.  In addition, gain an understanding of the implications of alternative courses of action and hear how to make informed decisions to ensure a successful integration.

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The Power of Data—Strengthen & Focus Your Strategies

  • Marybeth Gray
    Senior Vice President, Trion

The rising costs of medical and pharmacy plans are often quoted as the number one concern for businesses.  More than ever, the “C-suite” is asking HR and benefits managers how they are planning to control costs.  For most businesses it is second to payroll!  Find out how you can use data to curb costs and ensure you don’t leave money on the table.  In this one hour webinar, Marybeth Gray discusses the problems employers are facing and how the current market is affecting employer sponsored health plans.  Utilizing data, learn how to strengthen and focus your strategies to better manage the runaway train that is your healthcare spend.

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Pension Plan Annuity Purchases: The Time is Now!

  • Michael S. Clark
    Director and Consulting Actuary, P-Solve
  • James Walton
    Director, P-Solve

Join James Walton and Michael Clark of P-Solve for a discussion of why now is the time for your pension plan to purchase annuities for some or all of your retirees. Learn how annuity purchases save your company significant money, how the marketplace has evolved to increase competition, how to meet your fiduciary obligations, and why the right process matters.

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Employees Bewildered? How You Can Help Them Achieve Retirement Goals

  • Richard DeSilva
    Vice President of Managed Advice, Transamerica

The retirement industry is awash in information about participant advice and plan sponsor liability. Many plan sponsors are dissatisfied with the lack of results provided by offering guidance to their employees and are now considering advice solutions. What are the liabilities of offering advice to your employees? What are the benefits? Learn how advice has a positive impact on participant behavior in helping them to meet their retirement goals.

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Sticker Shock—What is the Antidote for High Cost Drugs?

  • Gregory I. Madsen
    Co-CEO, Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC
  • Michael J. Staab, J.D.
    Co-CEO, Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC

What is fueling the skyrocketing price increases for lifesaving drugs such as Epipen, Daraprim and some specialty drugs?  Are there benefit changes to consider when facing prescription drug costs that seem to increase by 100% – 500% overnight?  Learn how to take advantage of potential cost savings with the release of an “authorized generic” by a brand drug manufacturer and how to “take the fight” to PBMs on biosimilar rebates.  Join Greg Madsen and Michael Staab for an eye-opening one hour webinar and determine what you can do to get prescription drug costs under control.

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  • Scott Colangelo, Qualified Plan Advisors

The New Fiduciary World: Regulation, Litigation, and the Need to Benchmark

  • Scott Colangelo
    Managing Director, Product Innovation, Qualified Plan Advisors
  • Matthew J. Eickman, J.D.
    Director of ERISA Services, Qualified Plan Advisors

The Department of Labor has expanded the definition of fiduciary. Federal courts have ruled in favor of plaintiffs in 401(k) fee litigation, and the frequency of multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements has increased. Are you up to speed on what fiduciaries need in order to survive in the new fiduciary world? Can you demonstrate that you have not only benchmarked your plan’s services and fees, but that you’ve followed best practices in doing so? Join this webinar to hear a discussion of not only the risks, but also the opportunities for your fiduciaries and employees.

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  • Brad Ferguson SWBC Investment Advisory Services

What to Expect When You’re Requesting: Investment Advisor RFPs and Due Diligence

  • Bradley D. Ferguson
    Vice President, Institutions, SWBC Investment Advisory Services

Conducting the request for proposal (“RFP”) process and performing due diligence on retirement plan investment advisors has proven a challenge for many plan sponsors. Retirement plan due diligence typically takes the form of fee benchmarking and various types of plan reporting, however an effective evaluation of those providing advisory services to retirement plans has proved elusive. This session will walk attendees through a simple questionnaire they can use to document the evaluation of a current or prospective advisor. In addition, we will review a sample RFP document that is widely used to evaluate advisory firms. The goal is for all attendees to walk away with an actionable solution they can implement quickly.

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Benefits Strategies for 2016 and Beyond: Case Studies of Top Performing Employers

  • Marybeth Gray
    Senior Vice President, Trion

Getting an effective benefits strategy in place for the future starts now. Join Marybeth Gray of Trion for an information-filled webinar to kick start your strategy session. Hear a discussion about the current state of the market and key challenges facing employers offering employee medical coverage. Find out how other employers are effectively involving the “C” suite in benefits strategy development. Leave this webinar with a clear understanding of the top proven strategies to lower costs of both medical and pharmacy benefits.

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  • Kameron Jones

Target Date Funds—The Looming Liability of Misfit Risk

  • Kameron Jones
    Investment Advisor Representative, NFP

Target date funds continue to gain in popularity as a QDIA for plan sponsors and an easy solution for participants. In February 2013, the Department of Labor issued a Target Date Retirement Funds Fact Sheet focusing on tips for ERISA plan fiduciaries. It is no longer prudent from a fiduciary standpoint to just go with the “house brand” offered by the service provider. Learn how to develop a best practices approach for carrying out fiduciary responsibilities related to evaluation and selection of the most appropriate target date solution for your plan as well as monitoring its ongoing performance.

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Generics—Anything But Generic! Understanding the Unknowns and Pricing of Generic Drugs

  • Gregory I. Madsen
    Co-CEO, Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC
  • Michael J. Staab, J.D.
    Co-CEO, Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC

Join this informative one-hour webinar to learn about generic drugs and generic drug pricing. Hear strategies you can implement to ensure you are receiving the best generic rate possible for your plan. Gain an understanding of a MAC list, the qualifications generic drugs must meet to be on a MAC list, and how MAC and non-MAC pricing affect your overall costs. Learn about other generic drug topics such as the role of biosimilars, specialty generics, preferred/non-preferred generic copay strategies and managing generic drug shortages. Leave this session armed with information to proactively limit generic drug cost increases while implementing plan design changes that increase the utilization of generic drugs.

Participants in the live webinar will earn one (1) HRCI general re-certification credit or one (1) SHRM re-certification credit.

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2016 Pension Plan Risk Strategies—Save Cost, Improve Funding, Reduce Risk

  • Charles D. Cahill
    Managing Director & Consulting Actuary , P-Solve
  • Michael S. Clark
    Director and Consulting Actuary, P-Solve

The last few years have been brutal on pension plan sponsors: interest rates are down, equity markets are volatile, new mortality tables show that participants are living longer and PBGC premium costs are soaring. Regardless of whether your pension plan is open, closed, or frozen—as the plan sponsor you need to evaluate the various strategies available for managing your costs going into a pivotal 2016. Implementing the right strategies for your plan will help your company save costs and improve funded status while you successfully manage your pension plan risk. Register for this one hour webinar and learn about the various pressures on successful pension plan management as well as risk management and risk transfer strategies that sponsors need to consider implementing for 2016.

Participants in the live webinar will earn one (1) HRCI general re-certification credit or one (1) SHRM re-certification credit.

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Strategies to Control Specialty Drug Costs

  • Marybeth Gray
    Senior Vice President, Trion

Join Marybeth Gray of Trion for a one hour webinar focused on controlling the cost of specialty drugs. Learn about the various specialty drugs on the market and gain insight on the pharmacy landscape, including specialty drugs in the pipeline. Hear real strategies that you can implement to control the specialty drug spend for your plan.

Participants in the live webinar will earn one (1) HRCI general re-certification credit or one (1) SHRM re-certification credit.

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Retirement Hopes, Fears and Reality

  • Michelle M. Morey
    Vice President, Marketing, MassMutual Retirement Services

In this webinar presentation, Michelle Morey of MassMutual Retirement Services presents the company’s research findings on workers’ expectations in retirement and what steps help them achieve the retirement they want. The large study surveyed American workers and utilized four focus groups which included pre-retirees and retirees at varying distances from retirement. Find out what employees shared regarding lessons learned, retirement surprises, fears, anxieties and positive experiences. Hear about the biggest lesson for retirement success, according to survey participants: plan as soon as possible for both your emotional and financial well-being, as you are likely to retire sooner than planned.

  • Michelle Rosander and John Keene HearUSA

Vision, Dental, But No Hearing? Why Do Employers NEED a Hearing Benefit?

  • John Keene
    National Account Manager, HearUSA
  • Michelle Rosander
    National Account Manager, HearUSA

This webinar examines hearing loss and how it affects health, family, wellness, employers, workers’ comp and retirement. A team of experts explain the facts on hearing loss and discuss the hearing industry, the latest improvements and levels of technology available today. Learn about discounted Hearing Aid benefit plans that you can offer to your employees at little or no cost to you.

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  • Richard Hudson Cheiron, Inc.

The Adjustable Pension Plan – A New Retirement Plan Strategy

  • Richard Hudson
    Principal Consulting Actuary, Cheiron, Inc.

Traditional defined benefit plans are collapsing and many employers are moving their employees to a defined contribution plan. But a few employers are embracing a new concept all together and are instituting a new defined benefit plan for their employees. The Adjustable Pension Plan, or APP, is designed to mitigate the various risks that have caused many pension plans to shut down over the past decades by creating a partnership between employers and employees that enables the pooling and sharing of risk. The APP can be designed to provide employers with a fixed annual cost – just like a defined contribution plan. At the same time, the employees get the lifetime benefit guarantee they desire from a defined benefit plan.

Join us for a webcast to learn more about how this works and the benefits of this new cutting edge retirement plan design and why some employers are embracing this new concept.

The webcast will review:

  1. Issues related to switching from DB to DC plans
  2. How DB plans can provide cost stability and enhanced benefits
  3. How the APP adjust benefits and the options available to plan sponsors

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

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  • Anne Sperling

You LOVE Your Job—Now Learn to LOVE Open Enrollment!

  • Anne P. Sperling
    President and CEO, Vanguard Resources, Inc.

Human Resources executives have the pivotal role of shaping the culture of their corporations. Culture, of course, is a unique mix of a company’s mission, values, practices and narratives. Human Resources executives typically “LOVE” parts of their jobs and establishing the right culture is one of those parts. But, when it comes to Employee Benefits Annual Open Enrollment time, the job can be painful, stressful, and downright no fun.

This lively discussion about Employee Benefits Open Enrollment will instruct HR and Benefit Managers with the initial makings of a step-by-step guide to having the most successful, and enjoyable open enrollment season ever!

Starting with “Why” a USA business of any size that offers employee benefits needs proper open enrollment guidelines, this presentation will provide exercises that will shape and form your Open Enrollment procedure.

  • Where to Begin?
  • What to do in Preparation for Open Enrollment?
  • Who and Where Research?
  • How to Plot Your Findings?
  • How Much $…..
  • How to Manage and Keep Getting Better

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

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Innovative Strategies to Manage the Cost of Specialty Drugs

  • Gregory I. Madsen
    Co-CEO, Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC
  • Michael J. Staab, J.D.
    Co-CEO, Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC

Employers’ costs for specialty drugs are expected to double in the next two to three years and could amount to as much as 40% of an employer’s drug spend. This session focuses on pricing, utilization and benefit plan design strategies for controlling the high cost of these drugs.

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

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  • Anne Sperling

You LOVE Your Job — Now Learn to LOVE Open Enrollment!

  • Anne P. Sperling
    President and CEO, Vanguard Resources, Inc.

Human Resources executives have the pivotal role of shaping the culture of their corporations. Culture, of course, is a unique mix of a company’s mission, values, practices and narratives.  Human Resources executives typically “LOVE” parts of their jobs and establishing the right culture is one of those parts.  But, when it comes to Employee Benefits Annual Open Enrollment time, it can be painful, stressful, and downright no fun.

This lively discussion about employee engagement as it pertains to compensation will identify remedies for making the Employee Benefits Annual Open Enrollment less painful and more fun while keeping in mind the corporate culture and desired outcomes.

Human Resources executives and benefits managers will learn proven techniques to prepare for and deliver an open enrollment plethora of information resulting in positive outcomes for the corporation and the employees.

  •  Components in transformational communication
  •  Ibuprofen for Open Enrollment Communication – take 4 and sleep really well!
  •  Example – custom messaging for retirement contribution increases
  •  Completing your personal Benefits Communication Scorecard

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

 

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  • Brad Ferguson SWBC Investment Advisory Services

Covering the Bases—Agreements, Practice Standards and Minutes

  • Bradley D. Ferguson
    Vice President, Institutions, SWBC Investment Advisory Services

It has often been said that the devil is in the details. This webinar guides you through the universal problems presented by the agreements, practice standards and minutes associated with retirement plan investments.  Leave this session with actionable solutions to these common problems and the tools you need to move forward.

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

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  • Brad Ferguson SWBC Investment Advisory Services

Due Diligence: A Guide to Evaluating Retirement Investment Advisors

  • Bradley D. Ferguson
    Vice President, Institutions, SWBC Investment Advisory Services

As our nation’s retirement plans gain increasing attention from regulators, it is important for plan sponsors to document the due diligence they perform for their plans. While this due diligence typically takes the form of fee benchmarking and various types of plan reporting, an effective evaluation of those providing advisory services to retirement plans has proved elusive. During this webinar we will walk through a simple questionnaire plan sponsors can use to document their evaluation of a current or prospective advisor for their plan. We will cover the answers sponsors should look for and the logic behind the direction of the questions included as part of the tool. The goal is for plan sponsors to walk away with an actionable solution they can implement quickly.

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

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  • Paul Fronstin, Ph.D., Employee Benefit Research Institute

HSAs in a Post-ACA World and Recent Lessons Learned

  • Paul Fronstin, Ph.D.
    Director, Health Research & Education Program , Employee Benefit Research Institute

Join one of the nation’s most respected and authoritative voices in employer-provided healthcare benefits for a live webcast on health savings accounts in the era of the Affordable Care Act.  EBRI’s Paul Fronstin discusses what his organization’s research reveals about employers’ adoption of consumer directed health plans as full replacement plans over the past three years and, specifically, the experience of a large Midwestern employer who replaced its preferred provider organizations with an HSA-eligible CDHP plan.

Learn what EBRI’s study showed about this employers’ plan participants’ behavior in comparison with a control group.  The study examined:

  • Use of healthcare services and spending
  • Medication adherence
  • Generic drug use

In addition, Dr. Fronstin’s research examines the role that HSA-eligible plans are playing in the ACA’s exchanges as well as the potential of HSAs as a retirement savings vehicle.  You won’t want to miss this eye-opening webinar!

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

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  • Jim Scheinberg

A New, Holistic Way to Look at Defined Benefit Plan Termination Strategies

  • James Scheinberg
    Managing Partner, Founder & Chief Investment Officer, North Pier Fiduciary Management

Buzzwords like “de-risking” and “LDI” may sound good; but at the end of the day, it’s all about actual funding and termination costs and your administrative burden.  For instance, did you know that those long-term U. S. bonds used in most LDI strategies lost 12.5% last year?  That certainly puts the “risk” back into de-risking.

Tune into this webinar if you are contemplating how and when to get out of running your defined benefit plan.  During this practical discussion, 20-year ERISA consulting veteran Jim Scheinberg will leave you with a real-world perspective on how to find the sweet spot.  Issues that Jim will look at include:

  • Looming interest rate environment
  • Capital markets strategies
  • Terminal funding vehicles
  • Where to turn for objective help

Find out why, for some, re-risking might just be the way to go.

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

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  • Robert Gilmore Rx 'n Go

The Advantages of Value-Based Prescription Drug Benefit Design for Chronic Conditions

  • Robert Gilmore
    President/CEO, Rx ‘n Go

Hear about an innovative approach for self-funded middle market employers to reduce cost, improve choice and positively affect drug adherence. This webinar examines how generic, no-cost, preventive drugs can save your plan 15% to 25%—without replacing an existing PBM. Discover how this arrangement works within the framework of HSAs and high deductible health plans to meet concerns about drug adherence among employees who have a chronic condition.

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

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  • Linda Jacobsen
  • Donna MacFarland

Engaging Participants to Drive Better Retirement Outcomes

  • Linda J. Jacobsen
    Senior Vice President, Head of Plan Sponsor Experience, Lincoln Financial Group
  • Donna M. MacFarland
    Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer, Retirement Plan Services, Lincoln Financial Group

How do participants engage, plan and invest for retirement? What types of decision-making styles and engagement levels do we need to address to better engage participants? This webcast by two retirement plan experts, presents exclusive highlights from the Lincoln Retirement Power Participant Engagement Study, conducted by Matthew Greenwald & Associates, Inc.

Learn how gender, ethnic, and generational differences impact the effectiveness of participant communication and education programs. Gain insight into expert perspectives and recommendations for how to address these differences. Discover what you can do to focus strategies to drive better retirement outcomes.

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  • Greg Middleton

Best Practices for Conducting an Advisor Request for Proposal (RFP)

  • Greg Middleton
    Senior Manager, Advisor Support Group, CAPTRUST Financial Advisors

RFPs have long been the norm for providers such as record keepers and asset managers, but increasingly, plan sponsors are using RFPs to hire investment consultants and other retirement plan advisors. In fact, advisors should be reviewed or benchmarked every three to five years—just like other plan service providers. But, what are the right questions to ask? How do you know which advisor is right for your plan? Whether you are benchmarking your current advisor, requesting general information, or conducting a formal advisor request for proposal, this session is designed to help you understand and implement the fundamentals of a sound RFP process. Learn best practices and available resources to streamline the RFP process and achieve the desired outcome while fulfilling fiduciary responsibilities.

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  • Michael E. Falcone, NFP

Evaluating, Selecting and Monitoring Target Date Fund Offerings

  • Michael E. Falcone
    Vice President, East Region , NFP

As target date funds continue to gain in popularity as QDIAs for plan sponsors and an easy solution for participants, it’s no longer prudent from a fiduciary standpoint to just go with the “house brand.” Like other plan investments, the selection of target date funds requires a high level of due diligence on the part of plan sponsors.

Learn how to develop a best practices approach for carrying out your fiduciary responsibilities related to evaluating and selecting the most appropriate target date solution for your plan. Understand how funds are constructed, what their glide paths are and hear a discussion of the issue of funds designed to get participant “to” versus “through” retirement. Gain insight, as well, into how to monitor the ongoing performance of these types of investments.

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  • Adam Sokolic

If I Were in Your Shoes: Best Practices for Running a Successful and Compliant Retirement Plan

  • Adam Sokolic
    Senior Vice President, LPL Financial Retirement Partners

Your world is busy, and taking care of your company’s retirement plan may not be your full-time job. It could be that you manage your firm’s Human Resources Department or focus on the financial aspect of your business. Whatever your “day” job, your position as a fiduciary for your retirement plan is serious work. Spend some time with retirement plan expert Adam Sokolic, SVP of LPL Financial Retirement Partners, and hear how he would manage a retirement plan if he were an employer. This straight-shooting webinar covers five critical issues you must address. Walk away with a clear roadmap of ideas and resources to ensure that your plan is in the right order and following best practices.

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  • Kate Saracene

Unraveling DOMA: How the Supreme Court’s Windsor Decision Affects Your Employee Benefit Plans

  • Kate U. Saracene, J.D.
    Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP

On June 26th, 2013, the Supreme Court struck down the portion of the Defense of Marriage Act that prohibited the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages for purposes of any federal laws. The United States v. Windsor decision has important implications to employers and their employee benefit plans. Attorney Kate Saracene reviews the changes you should be making to your health and welfare plans, cafeteria plans, pension and retirement plans and other policies in order to comply. Take advantage of this opportunity to understand this far-reaching Supreme Court ruling.

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  • Angela Lee

Maximizing Your Wellness Investment Through Evidence-Based Strategies

  • Angela Lee
    Lead Project Manager & Health Educator, Health Designs

Are you looking for better results from your wellness strategies? You have invested your organization’s resources – money, time, people, energy – into your wellness program. Is it enhancing engagement, changing lives and reducing risks? The options and information available can be overwhelming and sometimes contradictory. This presentation will simplify and clarify the latest evidence-based research and combine it with practical experience and applications to ensure your investment yields the greatest possible benefits for your workforce and your organization.

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  • Troy Filipek

Medicare Part D Retiree Drug Subsidy vs. Employer Group Waiver Plan—Is Now the Time to Switch?

  • Troy Filipek
    Principal & Consulting Actuary, Milliman

Medicare Part D provides a handful of options for employers to offer an economical and cost-effective way to support their retiree prescription drug benefits. The various options for providing drug coverage to retirees have evolved. Organizations need to consider whether or not their plans are benefiting them as much as possible.
The webinar will focus on:

  • RDS vs. EGWP pre-healthcare reform
  • Changes for 2014 and beyond
  • Client concerns with “800 series” EGWPs
  • EGWP + wrap
  • Cost comparisons between the various solutions
  • Cost-saving case study

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  • Michael E. Falcone, NFP

Evaluating the Reasonableness of Plan Fees in Light of the New Disclosures

  • Michael E. Falcone
    Vice President, East Region , NFP

With today’s bright spotlight on DC plan fees, understanding, documenting and negotiating what you pay for your plan has never been more important.

Learn how to analyze the administrative, record keeping, investment management, employee education and technology cost/value paradigms to create the win-win-win situation we all want:

  • Participants win with either more services at the same costs or the same services at lower costs
  • The fiduciary wins through a documented, fee-transparent process
  • The service provider wins with a client positioned for a long-term relationship.

Seasoned retirement plan consultant Mike Falcone of 401(k) Advisors explains the best practices approach to understanding, documenting and negotiating fees for long-term success.

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  • Michelle Spehr, The Benefit Services Group, Inc.

Best Practice Perspectives to Guide Your Wellness Program

  • Michelle Spehr
    Health and Wellness Consultant, The Benefit Services Group, Inc.

Whether you’re starting from zero, or your current wellness program could use some fine tuning, this presentation will provide the nuts and bolts you need to get a sustainable wellness program revved up and running smoothly.

Learning objectives:

  • Discover why wellness is growing in importance for employers
  • Learn how to select the right wellness program model for your organization
  • Identify the primary behavior change strategies that should be incorporated into your employee wellness program

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

Retirement Income Adequacy: In-Plan Income Options and Considerations for Plan Sponsors

  • Chip Castille
    Managing Director, BlackRock Inc.
  • James Lyday
    Senior Vice President, Prudential Financial
  • Fred Reish, J.D.
    Partner, Drinker, Biddle & Reath, LLP
  • Jon T. Upham
    Principal, SageView Advisory Group

As the discussion around retirement income adequacy heats up, it is important to stay up-to-date on the options available to participants. Learn what you can do to help them better prepare through your retirement plan.

This complimentary webinar, designed specifically for plan sponsors, features four industry experts who help you understand the pros and cons of in-plan income options. Their discussion covers topics critical to retirement income adequacy, including:

  • The challenges participants face in accumulating and turning retirement plan account balances into an income stream
  • Issues plan sponsors should consider when looking at income solutions or products for their retirement plans
  • Solutions that are available now and those that will be in the future

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.

Healthcare Auditing for Self-Insured Employers

  • John M. Graham
    President, Healthcare Horizons Consulting Group, Inc.

This presentation walks you through three types of audits of your health care benefit plans: dependent eligibility, pharmacy and medical. The speaker provides in-depth information on what to look for and explains the advantages and pitfalls of each type of audit.

HRCI credit was awarded to participants in the live webinar.