The Future of the Total Rewards Industry
Wednesday, Novemember 14, 2018
(Presented by Total Rewards KC)
Back by popular demand, Jim Klein, President of the American Benefits Council, will provide the inside scoop on the many political developments likely to affect the future of the Total Rewards industry, including health and tax reform.
The American Benefits Council, a Washington, D.C.-based employee benefits public policy organization advocates for employers, connecting public policy and private-sector solutions to shape employee benefits for the evolving global workforce. The Council works closely with Congress, the White House executive branch agencies and the courts to champion legislation, regulation and legal rulings favorable to its members' needs, and to defend the employer-sponsored benefits system from proposals that would add burdens, liabilities and costs.
Sign up early as this event fills up fast. You won't want to miss Jim's balanced point of view and quick wit!
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
7:30 - 9:00 am
Hyatt Place Kansas City
Lenexa City Center
8741 Ryckert Street
Lenexa, KS 66219
$35 - Kansas City Chapter Members and EBI Members
$50 - Non-Members
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We will be collecting most needed items for our new charity partner, Connections to Success, at the meeting. Connections to Successserves people transitioning from generational poverty, incarceration, domestic violence and other challenging and disadvantaged situations. One way they do this is to provide professional clothing for job interviews. Right now their greatest needs are professional shoes, handbags, belts, briefcases, etc. If you have any of these gently used items, please bring them to the meeting. Cash donations are always welcome!
James A. Klein
American Benefits Council
The Council is a Washington, D.C.–based association representing the broadest reach of the private employee benefits system: company sponsors of employee benefits, plan providers and benefits professionals. The Council’s members either sponsor directly or provide services to employee benefit plans serving virtually all Americans who have employer-sponsored coverage. Previously, Mr. Klein was manager of pension and health care policy for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and, before that, practiced law for a Washington, D.C. firm specializing in employee benefits. He also worked as a congressional legislative assistant. Mr. Klein serves on the International Foundation Government Liaison Committee and on the Association Council of the American Council for Capital Formation. He is a fellow of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel and a member of the editorial advisory board of Benefits Quarterly. In the international arena, Mr. Klein serves as a private sector advisor to the Insurance and Pension Committee of the Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. He is a graduate of Tufts University and the National Law Center–George Washington University.