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Top Compliance Issues Every U.S. Employer Should Know

Description

This is a complimentary program sponsored by Ceridian. 

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The Trump Administration and Congress are debating legislative initiatives that would repeal, replace or stabilize the Affordable Care Act as well as to enact the first comprehensive tax reform legislation in thirty-one years. Meanwhile, Oregon, California and Illinois are actively implementing “auto-IRA” programs that some employers will be required to use as early as 2018.  Join our panelists for this webinar, where they’ll discuss these hot topics, the current regulatory landscape and what might impact U.S. employers in 2018, and how to prepare for upcoming changes.

Educational Objectives:
Webinar participants will learn:
• What you need to know about the latest legislative and regulatory developments on Capitol Hill and at the White House impacting employer compliance
• What’s happening now and beyond, on health care and tax reform legislation
• The status of state Auto-IRA retirement mandates in Oregon, California and Illinois 
• How to prepare for upcoming changes and stay ahead of the compliance curve in 2018

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Business leaders; senior human resources managers, directors, and executives.

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Presenters

Jim O’Connell
  • Compliance Analyst
  • Ceridian

Jim O’Connell is a Compliance Analyst at Ceridian and Washington, D.C. veteran. Jim blogs about upcoming HR legislation, tax policy changes, employment law and compliance issues that affect employers, including health care reform, employee benefits, FLSA, employment taxes and more.

With more than 35 years of experience in federal legislative and regulatory affairs, Jim focuses on HR and payroll policy issues, keeping customers informed about fast-changing and complex compliance regulations and workforce trends. He has served as an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., specializing in global business-government relations. Jim has been associated with Ceridian since 1982. Before joining Ceridian, he served in the U.S. Senate as Chief Legislative Assistant to New York Senator Jacob K. Javits and later with Connecticut Senator Lowell P. Weicker. Jim holds a Ph.D. in Economics from New York’s Fordham University.

Jill Barber
  • Compliance Communications Program Manager
  • Ceridian

Jill Barber is Ceridian’s Compliance Communications Program Manager and a 17-year veteran at Ceridian. In her current role, Jill is instrumental in clearly conveying complex regulatory language to our product teams and customers.  Drawing on her background in training and relationship management, she is a popular presenter at Ceridian’s annual customer conference. Jill has also led such initiatives as reporting for the Affordable Care Act and more recently state retirement programs. An amateur chef and avid cyclist, when Jill’s not collaborating with her peers or Ceridian customers, she’s cooking up a storm using fresh, local and sustainable ingredients or planning her next bicycle vacation.

Alan Hahn
  • Partner/Co-Chair, Benefits & Compensation
  • Davis & Gilbert LLP

Alan Hahn is co-chair of the Benefits & Compensation Practice Group of Davis & Gilbert.  His practice is devoted to advising clients in the design and implementation of creative, unique and tax-effective employee benefit plans and programs.

Mr. Hahn's broad practice covers all types of employee benefit and compensation plans and programs, including retirement, health & welfare, deferred compensation and equity plans.  His clients include Fortune 500 companies, as well as mid-size and smaller employers. He counsels clients in a multitude of areas, including plan establishment and day-to-day plan management, as well as in settings such as mergers and acquisitions and bankruptcies.

Continuing Education

Credits:
COA, 1.0 HRCI, 1.0 SHRM
Prerequisite:
A basic understanding of employment issues.
Level:
Intermediate
Production Date:
01/24/2018