Lovitt & Touché Learning Academy

Lovitt & Touché clients and business leaders seeking insurance and risk management services receive exclusive access to the Learning Academy, which consists of free educational seminars that will help you protect and grow your business, manage costs and improve employee relations. Lovitt & Touché experts and guest speakers share the latest information and resources related to strategic planning, compliance, healthcare reform, employee benefits, risk management and more, so you can stay on top of business trends and insurance topics.

Examples of seminars include:

  • OSHA training courses
  • Cyber liability
  • Self-funding options
  • Legislative updates
  • Workers’ compensation cost reduction strategies
  • Bad faith litigation in workers’ compensation
  • Social engineering fraud
  • FMLA training/update
  • Total worker health
  • Workplace bullying
  • Employee benefits law
  • The cost of (mis)hiring


Get a Grip on Your Business: Is Your business Running You or Are You Running Your Business

Running a business is hard work. You have great ideas, but at times it can be hard to get them all done. We have partnered with Jeremy Macliver to share a proven system for helping you get more from your business. You will learn tools to help you get 3 things:

  1. Vision: Getting everyone in your organization 100% on the same page with where you are going and how you're going to get there.
  2. Traction: Instilling focus,, discipline, and accountability throughout the company so that everyone is executing on the vision.
  3. Healthy: helping your leadership team become a more cohesive, functional, healthy leadership team.We will share a model and tools to help simplify the art of running a business.


Managing the Intersection of FMLA and ADA: Preventing Abuse and Avoiding Pitfalls

One of the most challenging areas for employers is understanding the interplay between the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act. Using examples drawn from recent court decisions, this presentation will address:

  • Which law applies in various scenarios
  • How to manage employees taking intermittent leave
  • What can be done to minimize abuse
  • Avoiding interference and retaliation claims


The course is to assist general industry workers and supervisors to recognize safety hazards and create a safer working environment. Each attendee will receive a copy of the OSHA Standard for General Industry (29 CFR 1910). 3-6 weeks after the class, attendees that participate in all classroom time, will be mailed a U.S. Department of Labor OSHA 10 Hour General Industry wallet card.