Wednesday, January 23, 2013

HR FORUM: Feb 7th

The Impact of the Affordable Care Act

In the work that I do, the HR community is a strong connection and network for me. Here is an opportunity to give back within that field. Registration link  and  information on UCSC Extension in Silicon Valley – sponsored by Lewis Partners.  Feel free to forward to your HR colleagues.  
Hope to see you there!

The Impact of the Affordable Care Act: How Your Company Should Prepare for 2014
Presenters: Adam Moise and Christine Schindewolf, Barney & Barney

Thursday, February 7
8:00 am                                Registration
8:30 – 10:00 am                 Program
Light Continental breakfast provided

Will you be ready?  With the election decided, health care reform is moving ahead very quickly and many of the major provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will be fully implemented in 2014. As HR leaders, you will be expected to have a strong understanding of this legislation so that you can provide strategic and tactical direction to your organization.
In this seminar, you will learn the Act’s key requirements affecting employers and the critical issues your company must address.
ü  Will your company “pay” or “play?”
ü  What will your 2014 medical benefits look like?
ü  How will your decisions impact your competitiveness in the talent marketplace? 
ü  How can you evaluate your options and understand the bottom-line financial   impact?
ü  What do your CEO and CFO need from you?
Please join us and you will leave with an outline of the action steps you’ll need to take during 2013.

Adam Moise is Client Sales Executive for Barney & Barney, a provider of premier insurance services since 1909. Prior to Barney & Barney, Adam was with Sequoia Benefits, where he led the design, implementation and management of employee benefits programs for many of the leading high tech firms in Silicon Valley. Prior to that, he led global alliances and business development teams at such technology companies as Palm, Inc., Siemens and Hewlett-Packard. He holds a Masters in Business Administration from The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado and a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Christine Schindewolf is responsible for business development and for strategic alliances for Barney & Barney in the Bay Area.  Christine has 20 years of experience in amplifying client success. Her diverse background of business development, risk management, operations, and relationship management proves advantageous in working well across business units and industries.  Christine has worked in various industries including Aerospace, Financial Services, High Technology and Hospice before joining Barney & Barney.  Christine currently serves on the Board of WISE (Women in Search of Excellence) and the Board of FEI (Financial Executives International) San Francisco. 
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