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Vancouver - Mar 14
Brampton - Mar 28
|CPA Members - Early-bird (register 14 days prior to seminar date)
$399.00 plus taxes
|CPA Members - Regular:
$449.00 plus taxes
|Non-member - Early-bird (register 14 days prior to seminar date)
$499.00 plus taxes
|Non-member - Regular:
$549.00 plus taxes
Best Practices of Employee Group Benefits
For certified members, this seminar counts toward 7.5 hours of continuing professional education. Click here to find a date and location in your area.
This full day seminar will explore advanced tools of the Employee Benefits industry. It will provide a comprehensive, in-depth overview and analysis on employee benefits best practices to better equip participants with the tools to become better negotiators at renewal. This course will focus on group benefits primarily from a payroll, human resources and financial point of view. It is recommended that payroll professionals attend this session every two years.
Attending certified payroll professionals receive 7.5 hours of continuing professional education (CPE).
To understand how your insurance company creates your employee group benefits program, to equip you with the tools to be a better negotiator at renewal. Designed for those who are interested in having an impact on the present and future of their employee benefits offering, this seminar explores the Employee Benefits industry and lifts the veil on how your benefits are actually constructed. Learn how to permanently lower your employee benefits costs through this engaging and interactive seminar.
Participants will learn:
- How employee benefits are built
- How to permanently lower your benefits costs
- How to introduce wellness to lower long term costs
- How to implement alternative risk management techniques to your plan-funding arrangement
- More in-depth information on employee benefits and how to act quickly to implement required changes
In addition, participants will:
- Maintain certification by obtaining CPE hours
- Develop and enhance their careers
- Network with other professionals
Who Should Attend?
- Accounting managers and other professionals who need to be aware of cost implications of your benefits plan both short and long term
- Human Resources and office managers and other business professionals with a functional responsibility for payroll and/or benefits
- Organizations who want to review, analyze and understand their own benefits statements and reporting
- Any payroll or human resources professional new to an organization or their position.
- Other positions recommended attending: Office managers, business professionals, payroll practitioners.
Prerequisite / past experience:
- Understands the concepts of Benefits
- Previous experience in managing benefits
- Recommended payroll professionals attend this session every two years
IMPORTANT NOTE: Participants are encouraged to bring a copy of their most recent Group Benefits Annual Renewal for case study exercises.