FMLA, Section 125 & HSAs Webinar
Includes a Live Web Event on 12/14/2022 at 12:00 PM (EST)
Date: 12.14.2022, 12 p.m.
Cost: Member - $0 | Non-Member - $55
This webinar will discuss compliance with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and compliance with Section 125 including reimbursement accounts. By attending this session, attendees will gain a better understanding of the basic requirements of the FMLA and when and how employees can request and use FMLA leave. Additionally, attendees will learn what Section 125, in general, requires of every employer and the specific information on how to use reimbursement accounts (FSAs, HSAs, HRAs) to the district’s advantage, and avoid critical errors while doing so.
Account Development Executive, American Fidelity
Lisa Stevens serves as an Account Development Executive at American Fidelity. She brings more than a decade of experience serving solely the education community.
In her role, Lisa works closely with school districts in Ohio and Michigan to help develop employee benefit plans that meet their needs. She often speaks to associations, business managers, and superintendents on topics such as Section 125 Plan Compliance, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, High Deductible Plans, HSAs and Public Student Loan Forgiveness.
Lisa is licensed in Life and Health and has her Series 6 and 63 licenses. She is known for her communication abilities and can simplify difficult topics and explain them in everyday language, making implementation and understanding compliance much easier.
HR/Benefit Consultant, American Fidelity
Prior to joining American Fidelity, Melissa McDuffey practiced law at a large law firm in Oklahoma City where she focused on employer-side labor and employment law. In that role, Melissa advised employers of all sizes on labor and employment issues and successfully defended dozens of lawsuits on behalf of employers. After Melissa left private practice, she became the Human Resources Director for an Oklahoma-based insurance company, and she later accepted a position as General Counsel of a software development company. In 2022, Melissa joined American Fidelity as an HR/Benefit Consultant so she could return to her passion and focus on issues affecting employers, including various employee leave requirements.