FMLA & ERISA Compliance Seminar

The BeneFLEX FMLA & ERISA Compliance Seminar is BACK ON TRACK!  
The FMLA & ERISA Seminar has been rescheduled
for Tuesday, August 29, 2017
at the Holiday Inn SW-Route 66 in St. Louis, MO!

Our previously scheduled, sold-out event had to be postponed due to a medical emergency. However, due to the high-demand of these three courses, we have created additional seating. Don’t miss out on this great learning opportunity, reserve your seat today! 

Register Today – Seating is Limited!
Don’t miss out on the chance to receive 
3 FREE Courses in FMLA & ERISA Administration. Attendees can earn up to 3 hours of continuing education credit for their state insurance license and/or HRCI or SHRM certifications for attending all 3 courses.  

Course I: 
Understanding FMLA – Employer Requirements, 10:00 – 11:30 AM 
This presentation is designed for smaller to midsize employers and brokers. During our presentation we provide attendees with the basic knowledge of FMLA laws and requirements of an administrator. Learn from years of experience and take away the best practices to set you on course for compliance.

Course II:
ERISA & DOL Audits, 12:00 – 1:15 PM (lunch provided)
This presentation includes a review of an actual DOL/ERISA employer audit document request. Employers and brokers will use this information to assess their ability to successfully meet audit requirements. 

Course III:
How to Identify and Investigate FMLA Abuse, 1:30 – 3:00 PM 
This program is designed for larger employers and brokers who may need a more structured plan to address the challenges they face administering and tracking FMLA leave. We will discuss the most sophisticated array of tools available anywhere, including online reporting and 24/7 call-off capabilities. Learn the pitfalls that can lead to complaints, lawsuits, and audits. 

All 3 courses will be held at the Holiday Inn SW – Route 66
10709 Watson Road, St. Louis, MO 63127

For additional questions, contact the BeneFLEX Customer Service Team
at (314) 909-6979 or