RESOLVE Increments presents:

How the 2021 Political Landscape Impacts You

Thursday, December 17

11:00am - 12:00pm ET

Phew! 2020 is almost over. You’ve been through a lot this year. But the work isn’t through quite yet. What does a shifting political landscape, an ongoing pandemic and a new year mean for you and your team?

In this webinar on December 17, First Person compliance experts will cover exactly what you need to do to get ahead of the curve. A potential relief package, new regulations, COVID-19 testing, FMLA, Medicare for All, ACA reporting,  — you name it! We’ve got you covered.

You’ll walk away from the virtual event with the following takeaways:

  • What you need to do by 1/1 to remain compliant
  • How you can get a head start on 2021 compliance
  • How to address COVID-19 issues in the workplace as outbreaks increase

Get your virtual pass and free toolkit. Can’t make it? Don’t worry! As with all RESOLVE Increments, register and you’ll get the replay and resources in an email following the live session.

Tight on SHRM continuing education credits? Get one hour when you attend the live event or recorded version.

Get Your Free Toolkit!

Included in the toolkit are:

  • Transparency rule
  • Year-end reminders
  • HSA rax reporting guide
  • FMLA/paid leave FAQs
  • Update carrier coverage for COVID-19
  • ACA reporting guide
Get the toolkit by securing your spot at How the 2021 Political Landscape Impacts You.

Your Experts

Kelly Eckman

Compliance Manager

Kelly can do it all! She is FirstPerson’s go-to compliance expert. With 11 years of compliance experience, she knows what she’s talking about when guiding clients through the changing waters of the Affordable Care Act.

James Nuveen

Innovation Strategist

As Innovation Strategist, James develops products and resources to help our clients better serve their people. He also commits to maintaining FirstPerson’s position as a disruptor in benefits, compensation and organizational health.

Katy Stowers

SVP, Compliance & General Counsel

Katy’s 25 years in law practice and two decades in the health and welfare benefits field provides her the platform needed to develop practical solutions for employers in the era of the Affordable Care Act.