Calendar of Events

2017 Healthcare Legislative/Legal Update

with Stephen R, Kern and Eric N. Athey, McNees, Wallace and Nurick, LLC

Dates: February 23, 2017
Location: The Lancaster Country Club
1466 New Holland Pike, Lancaster, PA
Time: 7:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Cost: $45 BGH Members / $75 Non-Members
Registration: Registration is Closed
 

Stephen Kern and Eric Athey, employment law and benefits specialists, with McNees, Wallace & Nurick in Harrisburg, will discuss the issues and priorities related to current healthcare regulations as well as provide insight into efforts by the new congress and the Trump Administration to repeal and replace the current law. Their focus will be on providing attendees with a good understanding of the practical implications of current law and key strategies to deal with them efficiently and effectively. Business leaders, healthcare CEOs, CFOs, HR professionals, benefits managers, insurers, practice managers and healthcare stakeholders should attend.

With 2017 bringing with it a new administration focused on repealing and replacing the Affordable care, employers need to understand what happens next – what are you required to do now, what are your options, and what should you be doing now to plan for future requirements? This session will discuss compliance considerations for all covered employers, whether they have 50 employees or 500, whether they are unionized or not and whether they offer an insured health plan, self-insured plan or no plan at all.

 

Trauma in the Workplace

Central Penn Business Group on Health Online Event

Dates: April 4, 2017
Location: Online Event
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Cost: Free for CPBGH Members / $15 Non-Members
Registration: Click Here to Register
 

Many people think that workplace trauma only occurs when there is a traumatic incident at work (death, violence, robbery, etc.). What most people don’t know is that it can also occur due to interpersonal office conflict, layoffs, or from a series of less dramatic stressors. As a leader in an organization, you can never promise your employees that they will never experience trauma in the workplace. You can, however, implement strategies to prevent and mitigate the effects that workplace trauma can have on employees. This webinar will enlighten you to the hidden costs of workplace trauma and will provide you with solutions to common workplace trauma concerns.

What will you learn?

  • • Gain an understanding of trauma through discovering the causes and effects of trauma on wellbeing.
  • • Understand how trauma affects an employee’s work performance.
  • • Identify how to prevent or address trauma from an individual and leadership standpoint.

Who should participate?
Any Human Resources Professional, leader, or supervisor responsible for managing people or teams. This is also helpful for any employees that are involved in their organization’s wellness program and any individual that is interested in learning about trauma and how to overcome its negative effects in the workplace.

Presented by: Cheryl Raudenbush, Director of Corporate Engagement
Sarah Shetler, Consulting & Marketing Specialist
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