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Hill, Chesson & Woody to Host “Keep The HR Oath Of Office” Educational Presentation On Oct. 22

Local Benefits Consulting Firm to Educate Triad HR Professionals on the Changing Employee Benefits, Health Management and Employment Law Landscape

Oct 17 2013, 12:06pm CDT | by PR.com

Greensboro, NC, October 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Hill, Chesson & Woody (HCW), a health and welfare benefits brokerage and consulting firm that designs, manages and implements employee benefit programs, has announced that it will host “Keep the HR Oath of Office,” an educational presentation that will advise Triad HR professionals on issues in the changing employee benefits, health management and employment law landscape under the Affordable Care Act. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 22 and will run from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at The Grandover Resort & Conference Center located at 1000 Club Road.

The half-day event will feature presentations from several industry professionals, including:
John Walker, Cornerstone Health Care chief medical officer, on “Improving employee health utilizing Accountable Care Organizations”
Hunter Walton, HCW consultant and Katharine Marshall, HCW compliance officer, on “New reporting requirements under healthcare reform”
David Trott, ADP vice president of sales, on “Standardized reports for mid-sized businesses”
Elizabeth Scott, Williams Mullen litigation partner, on “Best practices to stem the high costs of employee litigation – before and after an event”

The event is free and has been submitted for 3.5 credit hours of continuing education credits through HR Certification Institute. The accreditation is pending. For more information, visit http://info.hcw-events.com/keep-the-hr-oath.

Quotes:
“As new laws and regulations are announced and implemented under the Affordable Care Act, it is increasingly important to stay educated on issues impacted by it regarding employee benefits, health management and employment law,” said Todd Yates, HCW managing partner. “Event attendees will leave with a better explanation and understanding of how to comply with the modifications in health insurance that are occurring because of healthcare reform.”

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About Hill, Chesson & Woody:
Hill, Chesson & Woody is a health and welfare benefits brokerage and consulting firm that designs, manages and implements employee benefit programs that support the overall strategic direction of its clients’ organizations. Hill, Chesson & Woody works directly with employers to integrate benefit solutions that make sense, get results and maximize employee satisfaction. For more information, visit http://www.hcwbenefits.com.

Contact Information:
Hill, Chesson & Woody
Robert Buhler
919-233-6600
Contact via Email

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