DMEC is a non-profit organization that advances strategies and resources to improve workforce productivity. We have chapters across the country, as well as an annual conference and a wide variety of educational programs. Our mission is to assist employers in developing cost-saving programs and returning employees to productive employment.
It’s not too early to reserve your hotel room for the DMEC 2013 Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on August 18 – 21. Check out the amenities at the luxurious 4-diamond Omni Hotel at CNN Center and make your reservation … Continue reading
In the 20 years since the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was enacted, intermittent leaves have proved an administrative challenge for employers. MetLife will share best practices and lessons learned in administering intermittent leaves. Key topics include policies and … Continue reading
By: Sibyl Bogardus, Chief Compliance Officer, Western Region Employee Benefits, Hub International Insurance Services Inc. Employer obligations under health care reform range from just addressing new administrative requirements, all the way to creating health plans where little or no eligibility … Continue reading
Suicide has a greater impact on your workplace than it might appear. Consider: More Americans now die by suicide than die in car collisions, by homicide or other injury-related deaths.10 11 nonfatal suicide attempts occur per every suicide death in … Continue reading
After a successful kick-off meeting on Feb. 21, the new GA/Greater Atlanta Chapter will serve as host chapter for DMEC’s Annual Conference at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta, August 18 – 21. “The Atlanta DMEC Chapter has gotten off to … Continue reading
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, widely honored for her lifelong mental health advocacy, will deliver the keynote address at DMEC’s 2013 Annual Conference. Carter has seen one of her greatest successes in recent years. The Carter Center’s Mental Health Program … Continue reading