May 21, 2020

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individual Solutions Report
  We understand that uncertainty is stressful and that demand is high for information and insight. As developments related to COVID-19 continue to evolve, we are making every effort to keep you informed of the impact on the corporate benefits industry, provide guidance on actions to consider and offer tools you can use with your employees.  
  Please read through the information below related to COVID-19. The latest information will be posted daily to the Latest Insights page. If you have any questions, reach out to your NFP contact.  
  Return to Work Resources:  
 Modeling Your COVID-19 Future  » 
  Updated: Benefits Compliance COVID-19 State Quick Reference Chart »  
  Updated: Benefits Compliance FAQ »  
  Updated: State Leave and Unemployment Legislative Updates »  
  Majority of U.S. Workers Think Their Employers are Handling the COVID-19 Pandemic Well … With Exceptions »  
  View the Webinars Page for the latest offerings on
Get the latest insights for all upcoming and archived webinars.
  Webinar recordings and a copy of the slides will be sent via email to call registrants and participants 4-6 hours after the webinar and will be posted to the Latest Insights page. They will also be included in the Corporate Benefits COVID-19 report emails sent every Friday.  
  May 18: Recalibrating Work and Health in the New Normal »  
  May 19: Benefits Compliance Webinar Archives »  
  Paycheck Protection Program and Main Street Lending Program Webinar Part III | Wednesday, May 27 | 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET  
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  Benefits Compliance FAQ | Every Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. CT  
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  Hear the latest Benefits Compliance COVID-19 updates as the team answers frequently asked questions and addresses questions from the previous webinar. We’ll also be addressing return-to-work scenarios as companies begin to contemplate re-opening for business.
  Technical Information  
  The NFP webinars are hosted on Zoom. Prior to the webinar, you can join a test meeting to familiarize yourself with Zoom and test your speakers.

You may follow this link for Zoom’s instructions on how to test your system.

Big Questions Series

  NFP’s Sales Enablement team has launched a “Big Question” series to deliver timely information in uncertain times. Each piece focuses on big questions we’ve heard from clients on various topics, with an NFP subject matter expert providing answers and insight.  
  Maven & Virtual Maternity Support »  
  SMEs: Sarah Berkeley and Kate Ryder, Maven Health

Key Takeaway: Pregnancy is difficult at the best of times, but providing the right kind of support for expecting mothers during this environment is especially tough. Kate Ryder of Maven Health discusses some great virtual resources you can provide to current and expecting mothers to help families get by.
  CARES & Student Loan Assistance »  
  SMEs: Kyle Healy and David Aronson, CEO of Peanut Butter

Takeaway: Provisions of the CARES Act make it a better time than ever to roll out student loan assistance benefits for your employees — especially with recruiting and poaching ramping up as we return to "normal."
  FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn was quoted at a recent White House Coronavirus Task Force press briefing emphasizing that in the “sea of new treatments” we need to connect “the right drug to the right patient at the right dosage at the right time. As an example, we may have the right drug, but it may not be in the appropriate dosage form right now, and that may do more harm than good. Those are the things that that’s our job to look at.”  
  In our latest Insight from the Experts podcast, NFP's Head of Innovation Mark Rieder sits down with Joe Spinelli, chief marketing officer of MedTek21, to discuss how risk management using genomics can bring personalized medicine to every patient.  
  Devoted Dad Surprises Graduating Daughter with Front Yard Ceremony After Hers Was Canceled »  
  Interested in updates on NFP’s other lines of business?  
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This information has been provided as an informational resource for NFP clients and business partners. It is intended to provide general guidance, and is not intended to address specific risk scenarios. Regarding insurance coverage questions, each specific policy must be reviewed in its entirety to determine the extent, if any, of coverage available for the impact of the Coronavirus. If you have questions, please reach out to your NFP contact.