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The 2019 DMEC FMLA/ADA Employer Compliance Conference will be held May 6-9, 2019, at the Hilton Portland Downtown in Portland, OR.

2019 DMEC Compliance ConferenceA Must-Attend Event for Compliance Professionals

Implementing and managing Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Americans with Disabilities (ADA) programs can be frustratingly complex. Adding ever-changing state and local leave laws to the mix creates a level of difficulty that is challenging to even the most seasoned professional. And compliance, as we see from court cases each year, has far-ranging consequences for your organization, whether it is large or small.

The 2019 DMEC Compliance Conference is the place to find answers and solutions that help you minimize risk in your organization and ensure you’re on the path towards ongoing compliance. You’ll gain perspectives from DOL and EEOC regulators, gather expert feedback from top employment lawyers in the industry, and discover how your fellow employers are dealing with FMLA/ADA complexity head-on in their programs.

Download the PDF program or view the full agenda online. Early bird registration ends Mar. 7, 2019. Secure your spot today and save $200!



Who Should Attend

If you have responsibility for any of the following areas in your organization, mark your calendar and plan to attend the 2019 DMEC Compliance Conference.

  • Absence and disability management
  • FMLA/ADA workplace compliance
  • Human resources/benefits
  • Return-to-work/Stay-at-work programs
  • Risk management and litigation
  • Workers’ compensation
  • Workplace accommodations

What Past Attendees Are Saying

What Attendees Are Saying“My company sent me to the 2018 conference, but it was so good that I would personally pay to attend.”

“This is an outstanding opportunity for disability professionals to meet with their peers and get pumped up about what they do for a living.”

“The biggest value in attending the conference is the ability to meet other colleagues in the field.”

“This conference had very good information, and the speakers were all very knowledgeable. The vendors were approachable and helpful in explaining their services. I learned a lot about the FMLA and the ADA, and I hope to come back next year!”