Angie Vitale, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
10 Things a New Benefits Administrator Needs to KnowSummary:
Are you new(er) to the dynamic field of human resources? Benefits administration is a complex task with a growing list of requirements. Join us as Angie Vitale, BB&T Insurance Services, reviews ten things that a new benefits administrator needs to know in order to navigate the challenging field of human resources. In this seminar, we will note some critical benefits functions as well as review core principles needed for effective benefits management.
Attend this session and learn how to identify and address core benefits administrative requirements. By attending this meeting, you will gain a better understanding of: (1) the foundation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s Employer Shared Responsibility mandate; (2) the underlying plan documents; (3) rules surrounding the pre-taxing of Cafeteria Plan benefits; and (4) how to overcome the challenges faced by a benefits administrator in 2018.
About our Speaker:
A certified Professional in Human Resources with over ten years of experience in Human Resource Management, Angie Vitale, Vice President, at BB&T Insurance Services in Maitland, focuses on employee benefit plan compliance. She has been with the agency since 2003. Angie consults with both private and public sector clients on compliance issues relating to Cafeteria Plans, COBRA, Consumer Driven Health Care, Corporate Wellness Programs, ERISA, HIPAA, Health Savings Accounts, Medicare Part D, as well as general Human Resources concerns and the Affordable Care Act. Angie is also a regular employee benefits speaker.
Ms. Vitale is a member of the BB&T Insurance Services Health Care Reform Taskforce and previously served as the Co-Chair of the BB&T Insurance Services Employee Benefits Compliance Advisory Group. Angie is past-Board Member for the Independent Insurance Agents of Central Florida and formerly served as the Chairman for the Florida Association of Insurance Agents’ Health and Benefits Task Force.
Ms. Vitale has an undergraduate degree in Business Management with a concentration on Human Resources from The University of Central Florida. She is also a licensed Life, Health and Variable Annuities agent. Angie holds her Senior Professional in Human Resources designation from The Human Resources Certification Institute and her SHRM Senior Certified Professional designation from The Society for Human Resource Management.
Angie’s prior experience in human resources and current focus on employee benefit plans provide a unique perspective for the changing requirements in today’s competitive marketplace.
Sponsored By:Financial Advisor: Justin Yancey