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2022 Annual Employee Benefits Update Webinar

2022 is shaping up to be a busy year for employee benefit managers. Bob Radecki, Senior Regulatory and Public Policy Analyst at Benefit Comply, brought you up to date on important legal and compliance developments that affect your employee benefit plans, including: How might the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision impact your employee benefits? Are you Read More »

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Answering Your Questions About Oregon Paid Family and Medical Leave

This webinar will help you become more comfortable with the basics of the new Oregon paid family and medical leave insurance program.

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Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave: Is It Time to Opt Out?

Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave: Is It Time to Opt Out?

In this webinar, we will explore how you purchase WA PFML benefits and if it is time to consider opting out of the state plan. Using proprietary tools, Parker, Smith & Feek will demonstrate how we can help you evaluate whether opting out makes sense for your business based on both financial and personal metrics.

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Answering Your Questions: Business Implications of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Answering Your Questions: Business Implications of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

In this webinar, a panel of experts addressed these questions and more about how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could affect your business here in the U.S. and abroad.

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Safety and Risk Series:
Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity

Safety & Risk Summit - Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity

In Parker, Smith & Feek’s final Safety and Risk Series webinar, a panel of risk and safety experts will share lessons learned from COVID-19 and their experiences and new perspectives on disaster preparedness, disaster recovery, and business continuity planning.

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Safety and Risk Series:
Preventing Workplace Violence

2021 Safety & Risk Summit: Preventing Workplace Violence

In the fourth Safety and Risk Series webinar, Parker, Smith & Feek was joined by a variety of experts who shared their insights on mental health, workplace violence prevention, and the safety net of new insurance policies for active shooter incidents.

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Safety and Risk Series: CRACKING THE CODE ON LOWER BACK INJURIES

Safety and Risk Series: CRACKING THE CODE ON LOWER BACK INJURIES

Parker, Smith & Feek’s Safety and Risk Series’ third webinar took a look at innovative strategies for preventing back injuries with Dr. Kevin Rindal, DC.​ According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, one in five on-the-job injuries involves the lower back. On average, a lower back injury will take an employee out of work for Read More »

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Safety & Risk Summit Webinar Series:
COVID-19 LEGAL AND BENEFITS UPDATE

PS&F Safety and Risk Summit: COVID-19 Legal and Benefits Update

Our second Parker, Smith & Feek Safety and Risk Series webinar provided an expert update on vaccination and mask mandates, benefits surcharges, and booster vaccinations.

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Safety & Risk Summit Webinar Series:
CYBER SAFETY BEST PRACTICES

In Parker, Smith & Feek’s first Safety and Risk Series webinar, our cyber experts shared tips and tricks on training your workforce and keeping your network safe, shed light on data governance and reducing ransomware risk, and answered questions.

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Answering Your Questions About Insurance Captives

Webinar: Answering Your Questions About Insurance Captives

Due to the rising cost of traditional insurance policies, businesses are looking to captives as an alternative risk management strategy. In this webinar, our panel of experts address some of the most asked questions around insurance captives.

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WHA Webinar: Navigating Coronavirus Claims and Your Policy

Navigating coronavirus claims and your policy

Today we see rising prices in our business insurance markets. Many businesses are frustrated that coronavirus is not covered through business interruption.

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2021 Annual Employee Benefits Update

2021 Annual Employee Benefits Update Webinar

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) includes significant employee benefits-related provisions, including a federal subsidy of COBRA premiums. Beginning April 1st, the ARPA COBRA subsidy will cover 100% of the cost of COBRA continuation coverage for up to six months for certain individuals who have had an involuntary termination of employment or reduction in hours.

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