On Demand | Recorded April 22nd, 2020
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has created uncharted waters among organizations in every way. Now more than ever, employers and Human Resources departments are tasked with leading their employees through adjusted business, organizational, and work location models, all while keeping employee health and safety a top priority.
As employee health (financial, physical, emotional) is correlative to business health, staying informed on the latest information affecting benefit accounts is one paramount way to provide additional comfort during times of drastic change, and continue to support your workforce during this unprecedented time.
New Legislation and What It Means for Your Organization
Over the last month, the federal government has passed four updates that impact Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs), Dependent Care FSAs, Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), and commuter programs. From the CARES Act to the delayed federal tax-filing deadline, it’s crucial that HR professionals and benefits brokers understand the nuances of this legislation, as these changes present opportunities for employees and employers alike to leverage their account benefits more strategically while mitigating health and financial risks.
What You’ll Gain from This Webinar
In this 45-minute, on-demand webinar, COVID-19: Four New Legislative Updates You Must Learn For Your Benefit Accounts, ConnectYourCare account benefit experts, Barbara Boudreau (VP of Strategic Development) and Jon Kolean (Executive Leader, Client Success), discuss recent legislative updates, how they impact benefit accounts, and ways to best support employees during times of crisis.
By watching this webinar (originally held for our current client groups), HR/benefits administrators and employers will:
Understand regulatory changes that impact your benefit plans
Gain insight into plan design flexibility
Learn solutions for assisting employees and their benefit accounts through COVID-19
Uncover brand new programs available to employees during times of crisis
Hear live webinar attendee Q&A session with our speakers