September 10, 2020

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individual Solutions Report
 This newsletter contains updates on the latest NFP and industry resources related to the Corporate Benefits industry. 
 NFP Publishes 2020 US Benefits Trend Report » 
 NFP is committed to providing clients with expertise and guidance that inform decisions and bring clarity to complex objectives. Our 2020 US Benefits Insights Trend Report is a comprehensive report of employee benefit trends that provides employers with data and analysis to facilitate better outcomes. Check out how understanding client challenges helps us create solutions that can enhance their success.
 Updated: Benefits Compliance COVID-19 FAQ » 
 Updated: Benefits Compliance State Quick Reference Chart » 
 NFP Named to Business Insurance’s Annual List of Best Places to Work in Insurance » 
 NFP Acquires Largest Albany Insurance Broker Rose & Kiernan » 
 In this episode, Chase Cannon and Suzanne Spradley review new DOL guidance on FFCRA (emergency paid sick leave and emergency family and medical leave) leave relating to the new school year. Chase outlines a few scenarios on school re-openings, including full and partial openings and virtual learning, and how an employee might or might not qualify for FFCRA leave. Chase and Suzanne then jump into a recent New York lawsuit challenging several provisions of DOL FFCRA guidance. The two close the podcast discussing the lawsuit’s potential impact on employers in and out of New York. 
 9/16 - Get Wise Wednesdays - Register Now » 
 The Time Has Come for Open Enrollment
Join us as we provide benefits compliance tips on facilitating the annual open enrollment period. We will lay out some general plan sponsor best practices and highlight some of the specific considerations that may be necessary this year.
 Teen Selling His Homemade Vanilla Extract Raises Thousands for Local Food Bank » 
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9/10/20 20-CB-CB-GEN-0225
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.