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AICPA Not-for-Profit Industry Conference


NOT20UP8 - Unplugged: Integrated Absence Management - What Does It Mean? Why Should You Have It? (Onsite Only)


Jun 9, 2020 3:00pm ‐ Jun 9, 2020 4:15pm

Description

Employees will need to be away from work for a variety of reasons: their own health, care of their family, personal time, vacation, etc.  In response to this, employers provide a myriad of programs that employees could use to be away from work: Short- and Long-Term Disability, FMLA/Leave of Absence, Workers' Compensation, Paid Time Off, and other company leaves.  These are all programs that employers decidedly "must" offer—whether because of some regulatory requirement or to be competitive.  However, these programs are often managed in silos. In this session, we will have an open dialogue to discuss what "absence management" means and how to create an effective absence management program. We will discuss case studies that address risks associated with underdeveloped absence management programs and steps you can take to prevent these risks becoming real and resulting in significant financial exposures. (Available Onsite Only)


Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the key components of an effective absence management program
  • Determine key actions you can take towards integrated absence management

Speaker(s):

  • Tina Computzzi, DIA; CPDM; Life and Health Producer, AVP- Workforce Productivity, HUB International
Tags: SKA
Category: Concurrent Session (Onsite Only)

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