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Milwaukee Chapter Program - September 26, 2017

Implementing an Integrated Absence Management Program-
An Employee Life Cycle Approach
Tuesday, September 26, 2017

The Milwaukee chapter invites you to “Implementing an Integrated Absence Management Program – An Employee Life Cycle Approach” on Tuesday, September 26, 2017, at the Crowne Plaza Milwaukee West and via webinar.

Lost time and productivity directly affect the bottom line of any organization. Managing the risks associated with employee injury, illness and lost productivity can result in significant cost savings and increase the performance of your organization.

This presentation will focus on the important components to the development and implementation of an Integrated Absence Management Program, using an Employee Life Cycle Approach.  A case study will be delivered with practical solutions to the challenges employers face from Worker’s Compensation, Disability, FMLA, and ADAAA. The session will also review how an employer can begin to understand their current state and total spend on absences, and offer strategies and solutions to sustain an integrated program.  In addition, we will discuss the critical connection between lost time and productivity statistics as it relates to business performance, and provide tools and a roadmap for the development and implementation of an integrated program with an employee life cycle approach.


September 26, 2017 (Tuessday)



7:30 – 8:00 a.m. - Registration and Breakfast
(Breakfast will be provided for those who attend in person.)
8:00 – 9:15 a.m. - Presentation and Q&A



Crowne Plaza Milwaukee West

10499 W. Innovation Drive

Milwaukee, WI 53226




FREE – Milwaukee and Chicago Chapter Members (with advance registration)
$10 - Nonmembers



Please RSVP by September 19, 2017



Indicate on the form if you will be attending in persom or via webinar. Remote access will be provided for anyone who is unable to travel to the meeting. The webinar instructions will be sent separately to all who RSVP requesting remove access for the program. If you have not received instructions by August 14th, please contact the chapter at so the instructions can be resent.


A refund will not be given if your registration is cancelled less than 48 hours prior to the meeting.




Continuing Education:

This program qualifies for one (1) CEBS CPE credit. 


Qualifies for SHRM-CP Recertification credit.



Renee Mattaliano,
Leader, National Workforce Productivity Practice
HUB International

As the leader of the National Workforce Productivity Practice, Renee has over 30 years of experience in the field of absence and health and productivity management. Renee provides clients with an integrated and comprehensive view of their health and productivity programs. Renee also owned her own consulting business and served as the Manager of Integrated Disability Management Programs for Abbott Laboratories. She has extensive experience in the healthcare, manufacturing, gaming, financial and service industries, and has helped corporations save over 20 million dollars in direct and indirect costs associated with absence due to the development of absence management programs. Renee has speaks regularly at conferences and has published several articles on the topic of absence management and health and productivity, in publications such as Benefits and Compensation, HR Executive, SHRM on line and others. Renee received her Master’s in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling from Michigan State University.





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