Location: Ballston Center, Truland Auditorium; 1000 North Glebe Rd., Arlington, VA.
Marymount’s School of Business Administration and its Human Resource Management program present:
Wellness Programs: Improving Productivity, Decreasing Health Care Costs
with guest speaker Ian A. Herbert, MBA, JD, a partner at Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
The implementation of wellness programs – as a means of reducing health care costs, shifting the cost burden, and improving productivity through improving employee health – is one of the biggest trends in employee benefits. Structuring those programs so that they comply with the applicable laws is a significant challenge. Mr. Herbert will bring us up to date on the HRM issues, including updated guidance from the federal agencies.
Mr. Herbert focuses his practice on employee benefits law. He has counseled clients on all aspects of the establishment and administration of pension and profit sharing plans, ESOPs, non-qualified deferred and executive compensation programs, equity and similar compensation plans, welfare benefit plans, cafeteria plans and VEBAs. In addition, he has wide-ranging experience in performing compliance reviews of qualified plan operations and assisting clients in correcting qualification and other compliance defects. His articles on employee benefits law issues have been published in national journals. He has lectured on employee benefits topics for the Certified Employee Benefits Specialist Program, the Philadelphia Institute, and the Wharton School.
This event is sponsored by Marymount’s School of Business Administration and the Human Resource Management program. This event is open to the entire Marymount community and your guests.
Parking at Marymount’s Ballston Center is very limited. The Ballston Metro station, on the Orange Line, is 3 blocks from the Ballston Center; Marymount offers free shuttle service between the Metro and Ballston Center.
Questions? Contact Dr. Cynthia Roman at email@example.com