Designing Corporate Wellness Programs for 2019: Compliance in light of AARP v. EEOC Court Ruling

webinar Designing Corporate Wellness Programs for 2019: Compliance in light of AARP v. EEOC Court Ruling

You Will Learn:

• What the AARP v. EEOC court decision means to your organization
• How to create a program that meets the latest regulatory rules, and what to do while waiting the EEOC’s new final rule
• Practical tips on how to adjust your wellness program if the safe harbor for wellness incentives is vacated as of 1/1/2019

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How prepared are you to craft your corporate wellness programs for 2019?

Beginning Jan. 1 the final rules’ guidance on permissible incentive limits for voluntary employee wellness programs will no longer apply.

If you’re trying to sponsor company wellness programs for 2019 then you (like many other organizations) are stuck in legal limbo.

Should you continue with current programs, considering the risk of EEOC enforcement or private legal action, or should you come up with a plan B?

Learning Objectives

During this critical webinar, you will learn key considerations for designing (or revamping) employee wellness programs, and the latest legal and regulatory guidelines under the DOL and EEOC, including:

  • What the AARP v. EEOC court decision means to your organization
  • How wellness program regulations have changed, and what to expect in terms of future wellness program design
  • How to create a program that meets the latest regulatory rules, and what to do while waiting the EEOC’s new final rule
  • Practical tips on how to adjust your wellness program if the safe harbor for wellness incentives is vacated as of 1/1/2019
  • Real life examples of how employers are re-structuring their wellness programs in light of AARP v. EEOC
  • Important considerations for the level of incentives used for wellness programs

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Take Action NOW & Discover How to Stay in Compliance while Awaiting the EEOC’s Final Rule!

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Faculty

Amy M. Gordon
Amy M. Gordon
Partner, Winston & Strawn LLP

Amy Gordon regularly advises clients on their self-funded and insured health plans, wellness programs, and on-site clinics. She also works with service providers to structure these products for their plan customers. She handles fiduciary issues, including prohibited transactions and other ERISA Title I matters and represents clients before the U.S. Department of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration.

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