Webinar Recording: The 3 C’s of Leave Management: Part II: Your Questions Answered

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By popular demand, Guardian hosted a follow-up discussion to the March 2017 presentation The 3 C’s of Leave Management: Consistency, Communication and Compliance. In part 2, the panel, representing different functional areas of expertise including product, operations and legal, provided answers to the most frequently asked questions from the March webinar, while also responding to new questions from the virtual audience.

Whether your company is just getting started or has an established leave management program, consistent policies that are clearly communicated help to drive compliance. This webinar highlighted the key best practices for establishing, aligning and reviewing policies and communication material to improve compliance.


  • Gene Lanzoni, Assistant Vice President, Group & Worksite Marketing – Thought Leadership, Guardian Life Insurance Company


  • Stephen Coffman, Senior Life & Disability Practice Leader, Group & Worksite Markets, Guardian Life Insurance Company
  • Lori Welty, Compliance Attorney, ReedGroup
  • Jennifer Lyons, Product Manager, Guardian Life Insurance Company


This webinar qualifies for 1 Certified Leave Management Specialist (CLMS) CEU and 1 Certified Professional in Disability Management (CPDM) CEU. If you are interested in receiving CLMS or CPDM credit for the recorded webinar, you will need to listen to the full webinar, and then contact DMEC at 800.789.3632 or info@dmec.org to receive a certificate of attendance.

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