We are pleased to announce the release of the first annual survey of employer practices related to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The survey is jointly sponsored by Spring and Reed Group, and is designed to focus on ADA accommodation, particularly leave of absence as an accommodation.
Your opinions are appreciated and will help other employers understand common challenges, practices, successes and strategies in this very important area.
The survey will take about 15 minutes of your time. We ask that you complete the survey within one week. Your individual answers will be kept strictly confidential. In return for your participation, you will receive a summary of the results.
Please take the survey here, and if you have any questions, please respond to your invitation email or contact Gary Gustafson at Spring.
We thank you for your time!
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Karen Trumbull English, CPCU, ARM, ACI, AU is a Partner with Spring Consulting Group, LLC, formerly Watson Wyatt Insurance & Financial Services, Inc. She has twenty years of experience that spans across both health & welfare and property & casualty arenas, and routinely works with her clients on program strategy, product development, process improvement and market research initiatives. She leads the firms’ health and productivity approach and is actively involved in voluntary and other emerging benefits. Prior to joining Spring Consulting Group and Watson Wyatt, Karen led the regional risk & insurance practice for a small consulting firm, held the role of Assistant Risk Manager for one of the nation’s largest banks (U.S. Bank), and was a casualty broker for two of the world’s largest insurance brokers (Marsh and Aon). Karen has her BBA in Risk Management and Human Resources from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her MBA in Finance from University of Minnesota – Carlson School of Management. She has also earned the designations of CPCU, ARM, ACI, and AU and is a licensed insurance broker.