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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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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