Workplace Benefits Summit 2017
Workplace Benefits Summit 2017

Workplace Benefits Summit is your one-stop shop to grow your business, drive profitability, and add to your product portfolio.

2017 has been filled with innovations for the benefits industry. The Summit agenda and speaking faculty will keep you informed about new benefit technology, ACA updates, top-selling voluntary products, and the most important aspects of buying and selling employee benefits.

Featured Speakers
Featured Speakers
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Schedule at a Glance
  • PLAN YOUR STAY AT THE
    WORKPLACE BENEFITS SUMMIT
    CONFERENCE

    Boca Raton Resort & Club

    • 501 E Camino Real

    • Boca Raton, FL 33432


     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


                                                                                        

FAQs
FAQs
    1. What is Workplace Benefits Summit?

      • Workplace Benefits Summit brings together 700+ brokers, advisers and employers to discover the latest strategic approaches, tools and technologies to grow their benefits practice. Co-located with Benefits Forum & Expo, attendees will also have access to a breadth of sessions featuring the nation’s leading employers and insurance carriers.

    2. Who are the organizers?

      • Workplace Benefits Summit is brought to you by SourceMedia, publishers of Employee Benefit News, Employee Benefit Adviser, and a number of other insurance and financial services industry publications.

    3. Who will attend Workplace Benefits Summit?

      • More than 700 brokers, advisers, consultants and employers attend every year.

    4. When and Where?

      • Workplace Benefits Summit will be held September 18-20 at the Boca Raton Resort & Club in Boca Raton, FL.

Presented by:
Presented by:
Employee Benefit Adviser
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Rodney Davis
Rodney Davis
, United States Congressman (R-IL)
Rodney Davis

Davis was recently sworn into his third term in Congress serving the 13th District of Illinois, a 14-county district covering both urban and rural areas of Central and Southwestern Illinois. Prior to being elected, Rodney served as Projects Director for Congressman John Shimkus (IL-15) for 16 years helping Illinois citizens and communities cut through government red tape and secure federal funding.

For the 115th Congress, Rodney serves on the House Agriculture Committee, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and the House Administration Committee. He has also been appointed to serve as the Chairman of the House Agriculture Subcommittee on Biotechnology, Horticulture, and Research.

Rodney has established himself as an effective lawmaker who is able to work with his colleagues on both sides of the aisle to pass legislation. Serving on both the House Agriculture Committee and Transportation and Infrastructure Committee has allowed Rodney to be a leader on issues essential to commerce in Illinois.

Rodney’s work on the Farm Bill helped Congress produce a five-year bill that provides certainty to our farmers, strengthens crop insurance and cuts $23 billion in spending. Additionally, Rodney led the way to ensure farmers, who understand agriculture better than anyone, have a seat at the table when the EPA creates new rules and regulations impacting the agriculture industry.
While working to reform the Water Resources and Development Act, Rodney was successful in including language that allows the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers to partner with private businesses to complete projects needed to improve our waterways. This initiative and other streamlining provisions to cut the approval process for projects from 15 years to 3 years will save millions of taxpayer dollars and significantly improve our nation’s ability to move goods and products to market.

Rodney has demonstrated his ability to lead even in a divided government. The Hire More Heroes Act, his bill to help small businesses hire more of our nation’s veterans by rolling back Obamacare, overwhelmingly passed the House with more than 400 supporting votes and was signed into law in July 2015. Rodney has worked with his colleagues to ensure a more efficient, effective government for generations to come.

Rodney resides in Taylorville with his wife, Shannon, and their three children, Toryn, Clark and Griffin.

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