We are excited to invite you to be a part of the TCISCEBS new Fall into 2024 Mini-Seminar. There is a lot going on in the HR and Benefits world right now, so we thought a Fall get together would be valuable. This event will include two education session and an opportunity to network with your Peers. This is an in-person event, and we cannot wait to see our members, partners and the community again!
7:30am – Networking Breakfast
8:00am – Cannabis in the Minnesota Workplace (1 hour)
With recreational Cannabis now legal in Minnesota, what does this mean for employers? How do the other laws come into play, what are the impacts of new laws and on things like drug testing, safety sensitive positions and more? What about the laws in other states that include legalized Psilocybin? Our presenter Attorney David James of Nilan Johnson Lewis will walk us through this hazy topic.
9:00am – Networking Break
9:15am - 2024 Compliance Planning (1 hour)
Compliance is always something that is changing and 2024 promises to add to the list of compliance benefit requirements. Join us for a discussion regarding changes in the regulatory landscape. We will examine how employers can keep up with these demanding changes while also making sure that they stay compliant with existing laws that may have been overlooked during the pandemic. Some topics we will address are gag clause attestation, price transparency tools, change to Medicaid in Minnesota, Cobra notices, maintaining HSA contributions in a sea of new benefit options, will there be a new wellness rule from the EEOC in 2024 and more. Nick Karls, Compliance Director for Holms Murphy will take us through this timely topic.
10:15am – Closing Comments (5-10 minutes)
September 21, 2023 (Tuesday)
7:30 - 10:30 CST
Golden Valley Country Club
7001 Golden Valley Rd, Golden Valley, MN 55427
Early Bird Registration
Members - $60 Non-Member - $99 Retirees/Unemployed - $20
After September 1 Rates Increase
Members - $75 Non-Member - $120 Retirees/Unemployed - $30
September 13, 2023 at 5pm
Contact the chapter
This event has been approved for two (2) hours of Continuing Education credit with the State of Minnesota.
This course qualifies for two (2) CEBS Compliance credits.
Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for more information.