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DMEC Announces 2010 Annual International Conference Topic

Leading disability management professionals to explore 'Taking Care of Business: Workforce Solutions in an Era of Change' at 15th Annual International Conference

SAN DIEGO, May 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The Disability Management Employer Coalition's (DMEC's) 15th Annual International Conference, taking place August 1 - 4 in San Diego, will focus on "Taking Care of Business: Workforce Solutions in an Era of Change."

The employer-driven event attracts hundreds of attendees from across North America.

"New laws, escalating costs, fewer employees, and health and productivity issues are the challenge of the post-recession economy. This conference will allow attendees to learn best practices and proven solutions from peers and thought leaders that will keep their companies industry leaders," explains Joe Wozniak, CPDM, CFO of DMEC.

The conference will feature practical, hands-on solutions for employers as well as expert analysis of legislation and employment regulations. Attendees will gain insight from those on the front line of today's most challenging issues through personal accounts, case studies, and applied research.

Key industry topics to be explored at the conference will include:

  • Return to Work / Stay at Work
  • FMLA / ADAAA Compliance
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Data-Driven Metrics
  • Benefit Cost-Containment
  • Integrated Disability & Absence Management
  • Behavioral Risk
  • Wellness & Productivity

The accompanying exhibit hall will showcase the latest in disability and absence management products, services and resources.

The Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) is a non-profit organization that advances strategies and resources to improve workforce productivity by minimizing the impact of absence and disability. The primary goal of DMEC is to assist employers in developing cost-saving program and returning employees to productive employment. Visit www.dmec.org for more information about educational publications and events.


    Press Release Contact Information:
    Rebecca Milot-Bradford
    Membership Development and Marketing Manager
    DMEC
    888-463-1765 ext. 102
    [email protected]


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SOURCE Disability Management Employer Coalition

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