Benefits & Compensation Round Table


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Register: November
Round Tables are a complimentary Member Only Benefit. When Re-certification Credit is offered, non-members may attend for a small fee of $25.

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Re-certification Credit Information
This session has been approved for 1 HRCI Credit Hour (HR General) and 1 SHRM PDC.


The Benefits and Compensation Round Table Meeting is designed to advance your knowledge and share best practices on benefits and compensation topics. Topics include legal updates and changes, organizational trends, and best practices that can be applied in any work environment or industry. Often, you are joined by a presenter and may be eligible to earn recertification credits. Benefit from the experience in the room and attend a Benefits and Compensation Round Table Meeting.

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Meet Your Round Table Leaders

Chris Hill
K&S Insurance

Chris joined K&S as an employee benefits consultant in 2015 and works with employers to provide solutions to the challenges of health care reform. Chris specializes in employee centric captive solutions for mid-market employers to promote enhanced benefits and cost containment strategies. Prior to joining K&S, he spent 20 years in the private club and tennis industry in the roles of General Manager and Tennis Director.  Chris played tennis at the University of Texas at Arlington, where he earned his B.S. in Biology.  He is active in Dallas HR, where he volunteers on the membership committee as an ambassador.  He enjoys playing competitive tennis, spending time with family and being active in his church.  He lives in Rockwall with his wife Shelley, son Roman, and daughter, Isabella.

Dani Fisher
Sales Executive

Dani Fisher has worked as an HR professional for 17 years in the DFW area for both small and enterprise-sized organizations. She found success and paved her way through Talent Acquisition, HR Operations and ultimately building and developing HR teams of her own. As an HR leader, she has designed attractive employee rewards and benefit plans, implemented efficiencies through technology and process, and created employment brand strategies to ensure employee satisfaction and retention. After years of evaluating HR Technology providers, she transitioned out of traditional HR to work directly for one of her favorites, Paycor. As a prior client and user of the technology, her knowledge and ability to understand the needs of HR leaders is unmatched. She currently partners with the top employee benefit partners in DFW and aligns her knowledge of employee rewards and technology to support mid-enterprise organizations city-wide.


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“Don’t be Taken by Surprise – Summary of the No Surprises Act and Related Legislation”

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the plan’s obligations under The No Surprises Act and related legislation
  • Understand the deadlines for compliance
  • Determine who is responsible for compliance

Lori Oliphant

Lori Oliphant is a member of Steptoe & Johnson PLLC, located in their Dallas, Texas office. She focuses her practice on employee benefits and compensation matters and has extensive and in-depth experience related to these areas. She is well-versed in Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) issues and tax implications under the Internal Revenue Code of these arrangements, and often helps companies navigate through and comply with the regulatory requirements of the Act and the Code. She works with a broad and diverse group of clients including Fortune 500 companies, privately-held companies, governmental entities, tax-exempt entities, private investment funds, real estate funds, and investment managers. She has also served in numerous leadership roles for various professional associations, including the American Bar Association, National Association of Stock Plan Professionals, TE/GE Council, and the Southwest Benefits Association, and is currently serving as the Real Property, Trust and Estate Representative to the ABA Joint Committee on Employee Benefits.