Issues Today, Marijuana, Independent Contractors, and Personal Liability at Work
Marsh & McLennan Agency is pleased to partner with Eckert, Seamans, Cherin & Mellot, LLC Attorneys at Law to deliver a seminar discussing hot topics within the workplace today. Our seminar will cover the following:
Rocky Mountain Highs – How to Handle Marijuana and the Workplace
Independent Contractor Status – From wage claims to state fines – Here to stay
Personal liability for workplace claims. Are they covered?
This seminar is a Lunch & Learn
March 15, 12 - 2 p.m.
Note: Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. and lunch will be provided.
The World of Workers Compensation: Corporate Culture, Real Claim Scenarios, and the Impact on Your Bottom Line
In this interactive seminar, we will discuss how corporate culture impacts your workers compensation claims and use a real case study to demonstrate some of the best practices utilized to mitigate the overall exposure. We will also discuss the final impact of a specific claim on a sample company’s experience modification.
Please join us as we take a deeper look into the tricky world of workers compensation.
March 23, 9 - 11 a.m.
Business Continuity Management & Disaster Planning
Emergencies and disasters happen all the time, but some of them are with in our control. Do you have all your business operations under control? A business continuity program / disaster planning is a way for a company to establish a program to help minimize their loss in the event of this emergency or disaster. We will provide you information on:
1) Building a case of why a BCM/ Disaster Management program is needed in your company.
2) Showing you how to evaluate your company and its operation to identify the critical parts of your operations that need to be protected.
3) Showing you how to develop a policy and organizational structure for your plan.
4) How to develop a disaster response, in the event of a disaster.
5) The importance of testing / maintenance of the program.
Every company is unique and has very specific set ups in their operations. The program will teach individuals to evaluate their company in the right way to identify risks so they can help control or minimize any loss in the event of a disaster.
April 5, 9-11 a.m.
April 5, 2 - 4 p.m.
Best in Class Fleet Safety Program, High Point
Workers are more likely to die from traffic-related motor vehicle crashes than from any other hazard on the job. New technology has made this a big concern with Uber and other Transportation Network Companies starting up. This training program focuses on general automotive and fleet safety program/ policies to help protect and control your company’s assets.
May 3, 9 - 11 a.m.
High Point, NC