2018 DMEC Annual Conference
The 2018 DMEC Annual Conference will be held Aug. 6-9, 2018 at the Hilton Austin in Austin, TX. Registration is now open. Make plans to join us!
The full agenda for the 2018 DMEC Annual Conference will be available in Spring 2018. View the 2017 conference program for an overview of the types of sessions and speakers you can expect at the 2018 conference.
Call for Presentations
This is your chance! Raise your professional profile, enhance your credentials, and share your company’s absence and disability management strategies and best practices with peers from across the United States and Canada.
We invite you to submit a presentation proposal for the 2018 DMEC Annual Conference. Sessions should focus on current and emerging issues, best practices, innovative case studies, and challenges that are applicable to professionals who are responsible for, or have a vested interest in, leading-edge integrated absence and disability management issues in the workforce.
Nyle DiMarco, winner of America’s Next Top Model and Dancing with the Stars, will be the keynote speaker at the 2018 DMEC Annual Conference.
With a passion for language, literacy, and advocacy within the deaf community and beyond, Nyle will share his barrier-breaking story as a deaf man who has risen above stereotypes to take the world by storm.
Watch a short video clip of DiMarco as he encourages his audience to identify and appreciate their unique gifts and to realize that organizations need individuals’ differences to achieve success.
Who Should Attend
Professionals with responsibilities in the following areas will find the topics and information covered at the 2018 DMEC Annual Conference relevant and applicable to their day-to-day activities:
- Absence and disability management
- Leave and time off management
- Return-to-work programs
- Human Resources/Benefits
- FMLA/ADA compliance
- Claims/Case management
- Health and productivity management
- Risk and litigation management
- Occupational health and safety
- Workers’ compensation