Tuesday, September 16, 2014 5:30 PM Sept. Dinner-Dear Helga, You're Not Going to Believe What My Employee Did This Time Approved for 1.25 HRCI Credits Speaker(s): Michael Cohen, Esq
"Dear Helga, You're Not Going to Believe What My Employee Did This Time"
Approved for 1.25 HRCI Credits Crowne Plaza Valley Forge 5:30 PM
We've all said it: "I would write a book, but who would believe these stories are true?" Unfortunately, many of the tales from are far too real! Whether the situation involves the use of "interns," an employee with poor grooming habits, the “tattooed” employee or even the CFO’s “handsy” relative, the legal workplace has become far more complicated to manage. Designed for Human Resources Manager, Directors and Vice Presidents, this fast-paced and very interactive session will focus on uncommon HR issues and examine practical, business-focused solutions that you can use immediately to solve those problems. We will use hypotheticals (except, they all really have happened) to analyze each of the unique situations and address how they can be solved. The takeaways from this presentation are that attendees will be able to:
1. Analyze and respond to the more complicated HR issues that arise in 2014.
2. Recognize the employment laws that are implicated in addressing these difficult issues.
3. Provide business-focused solutions to the not-so-common HR issues that rise in a manner than shows to the C-suite the importance of Human Resources.
Speaker Bio Michael S. Cohen is a partner in Duane Morris’ Employment, Labor, Benefits and Immigration Practice Group. Michael concentrates his practice in the areas of employment law training and counseling. He has trained and counseled employers throughout the country on subjects including harassment prevention; workplace diversity; discipline and discharge; hiring and recruiting practices; performance evaluations; FMLA, ADA and FLSA compliance; leave of absence policies; performance management; workplace privacy; sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace; substance abuse testing; workplace violence; records retention; conducting background checks; teens in the workplace and managing attendance problems. Michael also has conducted investigations into claims of harassment and discrimination and has drafted employee handbooks, employment agreements, non-compete agreements and post-termination agreements. Michael has conducted over 150 trainings in the past year. He has represented clients throughout the country in EEO and other administrative proceedings. Michael has been cited as a national authority on employment issues by The New York Times, The Associated Press, USA Today, MSNBC.com, HR Magazine, SHRM On-Line, Employment Law 360, Inside Counsel Magazine, as well as many other publications. Michael serves as a Board Member of The Independence Business Alliance and Serve, Inc. Michael is a 1997 magna cum laude graduate of Temple University Beasley School of Law and a cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM Telemedicine for Today's Workers HRCI Credits Pending Speaker(s): Joseph Torella and Ryan Wirth
Telemedicine for Today's Workers
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Registration: 8:30am; Program:
Location: Villanova University-Garey Hall
HRCI credits: Pending
In the November 15, 2013 article “Why the Health Care Cost Curve Is Bending”, published by the Society for Human Resources (SHRM), Mr. Edward Kaplan and Mr. Christopher Calvert of Sibson Consulting discuss successful cost-management initiatives employers can take to help reduce the cost of health care.One suggestion is through the use of Telemedicine.
Telemedicine is an innovative new technology and member engagement solution; offering patients with minor illness around-the-clock assess to physicians via telephone or video consultations through the Internet.
In this seminar, the Employee Benefits Practice at HUB International Northeast will provide a general overview on what exactly telemedicine is and highlight its impact on health care today. Our presenter will illustrate the significant benefits to employers by offering a telemedicine service and present a physician's perspective to this alternative service. Issues and limitations associated with telemedicine and its implications for the future will also be discussed.
Joseph Torella, President, HUB International Northeast
In his role as president of HUB International Northeast, a top 10 global brokerage firm, Joe is responsible for advising HUB’s clients on cost, quality, compliance, access and related health care trends. As 23 year industry veteran, Joe is a sought after speaker on topics including consumer-driven healthcare, data analytics/transparency, managed care and population health management. In addition, he is a well published editorial contributor. He has authored a monthly column in the Financial Advisor, written articles for Corporate Wellness Magazine, has been featured in Crain's New York Business on health care reform and is often quoted by the insurance media.
Ryan Wirth serves as the Director of Broker and Consultant Sales in the Northeast for Teladoc. Over the past year and a half he has helped to facilitate Teladoc’s growth from 5 million members in the start of 2013 to now over 10 million members nationwide. He has been involved in the healthcare arena for the past 6 years in both large established organizations and startup ventures. Ryan formerly was Area Director for Avalon Healthcare in Tampa, Florida. Under his guidance, Avalon grew to 7,000 members and generated $20 million in revenue.
Online Payment Pricing GVFHRA members $35.00 Non Members $50.00 Student Pricing $20.00Reserve Only Pricing GVFHRA members $35.00 Non Members $50.00
Location Villanova University - Garey Hall Villanova PA 19085