Join us for seminar series in California – Compliance in 2017. This seminar series in 7 locations throughout California is designed to prepare you for the employment law changes ahead. With a new President entering the White House and a number of new California Regulations, 2017 is looking like a buys year for HR professionals. We hope you’ll join us!

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Technology & Readiness Assessment

In recent years, the health insurance market has exploded with technology platforms designed to make the operations of group health plan administration a more streamlined process. Previously designed primarily for large employers, companies of all sizes can now reap the advantages of an online system.

Online systems offer a range of appealing features. Before committing to a system, take time to consider your company profile to determine the best solution for you.

Download our Technology Readiness Assessment for a step-by-step guide to identifying the best technology solution for your company’s needs.

Solutions Tools I - Guide to Alternative Funding

A growing number of U.S. employers are making the switch to alternative funding as a way to reduce costs and improve benefits in their employee health plan. Regardless of company size, it’s never too early to explore alternative funding options.

But what does an alternative funding strategy entail? How does alternative funding differ from a fully-insured solution? What options are available to small and mid-size employers?

Download our Guide to Alternative Funding to learn about the options available, the risks and rewards that alternative funding presents, and how to develop the right approach for your health plan.

Drug and Alcohol Policy with Testing

Following the 2016 election, four states approved recreational marijuana measures – including California – and many others adopted initiatives to expand the use of medical marijuana. However, marijuana use, both for medical and recreational purposes, remains illegal on the federal level.

This evolving patchwork of regulations creates a challenge for employers to craft effective and compliant workplace drug and alcohol policies. California employers should be mindful of the balance between their ability to enforce a drug-free workplace with an employee’s right to privacy.

Download our sample “Workplace Drug & Alcohol Policy with Testing“to help you adopt policies that will promote the health, safety, and productivity of your workforce.

Drug and Alcohol Policy without Testing

Following the 2016 election, four states approved recreational marijuana measures – including California – and many others adopted initiatives to expand the use of medical marijuana. However, marijuana use, both for medical and recreational purposes, remains illegal on the federal level.

This evolving patchwork of regulations creates a challenge for employers to craft effective and compliant workplace drug and alcohol policies. California employers should be mindful of the balance between their ability to enforce a drug-free workplace with an employee’s right to privacy.

Download our sample Workplace Drug & Alcohol Policy Without Testing to help you adopt policies that will promote the health, safety, and productivity of your workforce.

Preparing for a DOL Audit

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is tasked with enforcing group health plan compliance with ERISA and related federal regulations, including HIPAA, COBRA, and now the Affordable Care Act (ACA). While there is no way to eliminate a plan’s chances of being randomly selected for a DOL compliance audit, employers can be prepared.

A DOL audit is extensive and exhaustive. The process can take months and can easily exhaust an employer’s resources, which makes advance preparation essential.

Download our guide to Preparing for a DOL Audit to learn about the process of an audit and formulate a strategy to efficiently navigate the process.

ERISA Gap Assessment

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) is federal law that regulates employer-sponsored health plans of all sizes. Sponsors of noncompliant plans run the risk of various civil – even criminal – penalties assessed by the DOL and IRS.

Employers can take steps to prevent the costly consequences of noncompliance. An ERISA gap assessment can serve as a sponsor’s first line of defense by identifying areas of weakness and addressing vulnerabilities

Download our ERISA Gap Assessment booklet to get access to a five-phase assessment, along with tips to ensure continued compliance.

Seminars provide relevant information on a wide-range of topics affecting HR and Compliance

At Filice, we serve as a trusted partner to clients by providing proactive solutions to further overall business growth and development.  A vital component of that support is Filice’s in-house Compliance Team.

The Compliance Team is comprised of various industry experts who provide valued HR support services and benefit plan compliance consultation to clients of all sizes and across diverse industries.  Through personalized, tailored strategies, the Team prepares clients to successfully meet their obligations under ever-changing State and federal regulations.  While each client has direct, daily access to the Team professionals for one-on-one guidance, the Compliance Team produces comprehensive materials to supplement its extensive support.  From annual seminars and bi-monthly webinar presentations, to timely legislative briefs and compliance toolkits, Filice is an employer’s strongest compliance ally.

Take a look at some of Filice’s compliance materials to see what sets us apart.  Browse the library or download one of our custom toolkits, and be sure not to miss our next complimentary event.

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