From the changing role of the broker to the ongoing pay-or-play debate, the agenda at the 2014 Workplace Benefits Renaissance will address a range of timely topics. In addition to the impressive lineup of keynote speakers, the agenda at the conference— held Feb. 24-26 at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, N.J. — will focus on:

Monday, Feb. 24

  • Pre-conference workshop: Voluntary worksite course (additional fee applies)
  • Pre-Conference workshop: Has ACA shifted the role of the broker — are you failing your clients? (Included with your conference registration fee)
  • Welcome & introduction
  • Opening keynote: Employers and the ACA
  • Keynote presentation: ACA update — What went right, what went wrong and what now

Tuesday, Feb. 25

Broker-track

  • Consultative selling of benefits
  • Trending employee benefit technologies
  • Advising the employee
  • Is it time to turn bullish on voluntary benefits?
  • Pay-or-play will be back this year — are you ready?

Employer-track

  • Overview from NJ’s exchange-based health care providers
  • Business owner panel: The ACA financial challenge to employers
  • Benefits brokers: How to find one and why they’re key in the ACA world
  • Beyond health care: Affordable voluntary benefits for small & midsize businesses

Wednesday, Feb. 26

  • Keynote panel: Workplace benefits insurance solutions
  • Keynote panel: 4 tools for success: HDHP, GAP plans, HSAs and CDHPs
  • Keynote presentation: Opting out of ACA via a “self-insured” plan

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