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This month, we’ll be heading to DMEC’s FMLA/ADAAA Employer Compliance Conference in Washington, DC. This is one of our favorite conferences of the year, and we’re looking forward to connecting with absence and disability management professionals and discussing the complex challenges they face today.

The conference is taking place April 20 – 22, and registration is still open. Here are five reasons to attend:

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We are pleased to announce that we have added several new features within the LeaveXpert self-service portal! These new features are designed to increase time savings, communication efficiency and workflow between the leave specialist and the employee.

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A few weeks back, Optis sponsored the Blogging4Jobs Triple Threat Webinar discussing updates in FMLA, Workers’ Compensation and Disability. It was extremely popular and our panelists, Eric B. Meyer, Casey Sipe and Jessica Miller-Merrell received over 70 questions from webinar attendees. They have continued the conversation answering a number of the webinar questions on this special episode of the Blogging4Jobs Workology Podcast.

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Thank you to everyone who attended the Optis-sponsored Blogging4Jobs webinar last week! We hope you enjoyed it.

If you missed it, here’s a link to the slides.

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This week’s blog post is brought to you by Optis’ National Sales Representative, Scott Lenox.

“The secret to change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” - Socrates

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This week’s blog post is brought to you by Optis’ Business Analyst, David Spring.

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This week’s post is brought to you by David Spring, Optis’ Business Analyst.

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We all know that absences cost your company money and that compliance is HR’s No. 1 leave management concern.

Yet an Optis survey of HR professionals found that almost 90 percent of their departments are tracking leave manually or in systems not designed for leave tracking, and are covering absences ineffectively. Additionally, budgets for HR technologies are usually managed outside of the HR group.

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