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Training & Education

LEOFF 1 Disability Board best practices

October 25 – Olympia
AWC office
1076 Franklin St SE
Olympia, WA 98501

Public employers continue to face challenges in managing the cost of providing medical care to their LEOFF 1 retirees. Administering a system that balances retiree rights and the public trust is crucial. Attendees will receive a copy of AWC’s LEOFF 1 Disability Board Best Practices Resource Guide, authored by the presenter, which outlines what the law does and doesn’t require, addresses potential public records/public meetings issues, and offers practical, strategic advice and recommendations for best practices to help employers manage this obligation.

Later, attendees will hear from a panel of experts discussing board relations with staff and cost containment, with time to debrief and ask questions during roundtable discussions.

This workshop is for disability board secretaries and HR, legal, fiscal and other management staff in jurisdictions with liability for LEOFF 1 medical costs.

Presenters

W. Scott Snyder, Ogden Murphy Wallace
Panel discussion presenters – TBA

Agenda

10 am – Noon: Workshop
Noon: Lunch
1 – 3:30 pm: Disability Board best practices panel discussions

Registration

Register now!

Note: The LEOFF 1 workshop is a management-only training. By proceeding to registration, you are certifying that you represent management and are not a member of a union.

Fee – $75

See AWC’s conference and workshop terms of agreement for information on our refund/cancellation policy.

For cities over 5,000 and experiencing financial difficulties, Washington Cities scholarships may be available.

Questions?

Workshop information
Heidi Olmstead
heidio@awcnet.org

Registration or cancellation questions and special accommodations
registration@awcnet.org
Please contact us at least seven business days prior to the workshop if any disability accommodations are needed. For TDD users, please use the state’s toll-free relay service, (800) 833-6388, and ask the operator to dial the AWC number.

Attend the full workshop and earn 3 credits toward your Certificate of Municipal Leadership and meet the roles, responsibilities, and legal requirement.

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