RESOLVE Increments presents:

Unpacking the American Rescue Plan Stimulus

On-demand webinar and resources

The long-awaited $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan stimulus signed into law by President Biden on March 11, 2021, is not such a relief to Human Resources and organizational leaders like you.

Big changes are coming.

The stimulus plan includes sweeping modifications to COBRA, paid sick leave provisions and dependent care FSAs. For instance, a 100% COBRA subsidy now makes it free for employees involuntarily terminated or with reduced hours for a specified period of time. How does it impact you?

To get you the information you need, First Person benefits and compliance experts have summarized the key points of the 628-page bill that affect employers most.

During this RESOLVE Increments on-demand webinar, we’ll unpack how the American Rescue Plan stimulus package impacts you, your organization and your employees. Specifically, you’ll walk away with these key insights:

  1. Understand how a COBRA subsidy works and what steps you need to take ASAP.
  2. Learn what’s changing in the public exchange and how it impacts your organization.
  3. Find out the effect of paid sick leave and FMLA expansions.

Join our benefits and compliance experts to learn more about how the stimulus impacts you and your organization.

Get one hour of SHRM continuing education credits when you attend the on-demand session.

Your Benefits & Compliance Experts

Paul Ashley

SVP & Advisor

As Senior Vice President & Advisor, Paul works to create and carry the FirstPerson vision. He leads the sales and advisory team toward great strategies and outcomes, while still focusing on developing quality partnerships with clients like you.

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.

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.