Oswald to Present Wellness Program Compliance Session “Angering the Acronyms” at NOHRC 2016

NOHRC 2016 Oswald

The Northern Ohio HR Conference, celebrating its 50th year in 2016, will take place March 10 and 11 at the I-X Center in Cleveland.

At 3:15 p.m., Friday, March 11, Oswald’s Michael Farago and Aaron Witwer will be speaking in a breakout session, titled: “My Wellness Program is Compliant – I Think – ACA, HIPAA, GINA, ADA, and How to Avoid Angering These Acronyms.” View more information below, and full details and bios here.

Wellness Program Compliance
 angering the acronyms 
 
Learning Objectives
  • Analyze important wellness program compliance risks
  • Recognize the common compliance traps
  • Evaluate gray areas within wellness regulations and laws
The landscape of wellness program compliance has changed dramatically over the past few years with new wellness regulations and the evolution of wellness incentives.  Some employers are using the newer and well-publicized regulations as an impetus to venture into the realm of wellness incentives for the first time, while seasoned companies have become more creative with their program designs and incentives. The unknown and the inventiveness can lead to circumstances in which a company’s wellness program becomes unintentionally non-compliant.  
 
In addition, Oswald Companies, a proud event sponsor, will be exhibiting at booth #202. Stop by and connect with our organization.