The results of the 2016 elections guarantee that many changes will be made to employee benefits rules and regulations in 2017. Even if Congress needs some time to make changes to the law itself, executive and regulatory actions could move very quickly. Also, as soon as the new Congress takes office, new bills are likely to be introduced that will shed some light on the changes we can expect. This webinar focuses on changes and breaking news that will affect employer sponsored employee benefits.
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Bob Radecki, President, Benefit Comply, LLC
Bob has more than 30 years’ experience in the HR and employee benefits industry helping employers deal with difficult benefit and compliance matters. He has served as the principal HIPAA consultant to a number of health insurance companies and is recognized as an expert on a variety of benefit compliance issues including COBRA, FMLA and health reform. Bob has been the featured speaker at numerous industry events and conferences, and has published many articles on various compliance issues.
Regan Debban, J.D., MBA, Senior Consultant, Benefit Comply, LLC
Regan Blomme Debban has experience working as an attorney for a major Fortune 500 company and for a PEO providing benefits and HR services to small employers. She has also worked as a legal researcher for Thomson Reuters. Prior to obtaining her law degree, Regan worked as an account manager in a leading insurance agency in the Minneapolis area, so she understands the issues and challenges facing employee benefit consulting firms and agencies.