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2019 DMEC FMLA/ADA Employer Compliance Conference

May 6 - 9, 2019

Hilton Portland Downtown | Portland, OR

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Get ready to learn, network and have a little fun at the DMEC FMLA/ADA Employer Compliance Conference. Marti Cardi, VP of Matrix, will lead three exciting and informative sessions to help you navigate your compliance challenges.

Don’t forget to come see us at Booth #24!

The Conference provides compliance professionals the opportunity to:

  • Learn about the latest state and local leave laws and regulations
  • Find answers and solutions that help minimize risk
  • Hear from industry leaders and regulators
  • Maintain your credentials and earn continuing education credit
  • Get perspectives from peers

To learn more about the conference, visit their website.

Plus, get new insights from Marti at these 3 unique sessions:

50 Shades of FMLA – Dealing with Those Gray Areas
 

Tuesday May 7
11:00 am


In this session, Marti Cardi together with Jeff Nowak will discuss some of the FMLA gray areas that plague employers, provide recommended practices, and tie those recommendations to the regulations, case law, and sometimes even logic!

Medical Certifications: How to Maximize One of the FMLA’s Most Important Tools
 

Wednesday May 8
3:00 pm


This session, led by Matrix’s very own Gail Cohen along with Jeff Nowak, will cover the nuts and bolts of medical certifications, giving you the confidence you need to manage certifications and get all the information you deserve from the process.

Roundtable Discussion: A State Regulator, Employer and Administrator Perspective of WA Paid Family & Medical Leave

Wednesday May 8
1:30 pm


Marti Cardi participates on this panel to discuss Washington’s paid family and medical leave benefits starting in 2020, but employers have action to take in 2019. Learn how your business can prepare to implement this mandatory program.

Check out Marti’s Matrix-Radar Blog

Adventures in absence management and accommodations.

Edited by Matrix’s Marti Cardi, this blog covers topics including FMLA and state leave laws, ADA and state equivalents, guidance on accommodations