Best Practice in Employee Benefits, Workers
Compensation and Compliance in the COVID Era
presented by Guillermo Gonzalez, Jr, Jeannie DeLaura
and Michelle Cammayo
Join PIHRA Long Beach as we discuss best practice updates for Workers Compensation, Employee Benefits & Compliance. Hear the latest in regulatory compliance and guidelines that are focused on providing best practice guidelines to employers in today’s ever-changing workplace.
- California Workers Compensation COVID 19 Guidelines
- California Workers Compensation Experience Rating Plan
- Excluded Workers Compensation Claims
- Work From Home Payroll Reporting
- Governor Newsom Compensation Executive Order
- COVID 19 Claim Form
Employee Benefits Compliance
- Recent Legislative Updates
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) Changes
- Insurance Carrier Premium Credits & MLR Rebates
- CA Supplemental Paid Sick Leave
- FSA Mid-Year Changes
- Extended Deadlines for COBRA
Guillermo Gonzalez, Jr., SHRM-CP, Associate Vice President, Bolton & Company
Guillermo brings with him deep industry experience, including eight years at Arroyo Insurance Services and three years at Bolton & Company where he has a passion for implementing integrated HR solutions for clients and is dedicated to helping employers define company culture through custom benefit offerings and employee engagement strategies. He focuses on serving mid-size organizations by implementing innovative employee benefits programs, talent retention plans, culture change initiatives and organizational development training that strengthen his clients’ employer brands. He holds multiple broker licenses, including Life, Accident, Health and Property & Casualty and is a Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Certified Professional (SHRM-CP). Guillermo is very involved with the Professionals In Human Resources Association (PIHRA) Long Beach Chapter Board.
| ||Jeannie DeLaura, CAWC, Senior Vice President, Bolton & Company|
Jeannie has been with Bolton & Company since 2009. With a background in finance, she worked with Countrywide, Bank of America and GMAC for many years. At Bolton, Jeannie supports a variety of industries, including manufacturing, grocery stores, retail and nonprofits. She works closely with her clients to assist in effectively managing their risk exposures, and provides them with valuable resources including claims management, education, safety training and cost reduction. Jeannie attributes her success to a commitment to helping others succeed, and has a passion for giving back. She enjoys supporting organizations that help those in need and is a current board member of FOHA, on the membership committee of the SGVEP and a past board member with PIHRA.
| ||Michelle Cammayo, CEBS, RHU, Vice President of Compliance, Bolton & Company|
Michelle Cammayo has more than 13 years of Employee Benefits experience specializing in all lines of health and welfare benefits, including medical, dental, vision, basic and voluntary life, short and long-term disability and employee assistance programs. Her passion for learning and knowledge has driven Michelle to become an expert in the industry. Her scope of expertise is expansive as she began her career helping employers manage their employee benefits program where she led renewal negotiations, implemented alternative funding arrangements and conducted open enrollment meetings. Her background and passion for knowledge evolved into a natural shift for Michelle where she works closely with clients and partners to provide guidance in areas of the law including ERISA, HIPAA, COBRA, FMLA and PPACA. She also oversees our Compliance Department at Bolton & Company to ensure we are helping our clients manage and eliminate risk with regards to employee benefit compliance. On a daily basis, she can be found conducting annual compliance reviews with Bolton clients, answering compliance related questions, conducting training for our team members and HR personnel as well as keeping up to date with Federal and State regulation changes. Michelle has authored several employee benefit articles and conducted HRCI accredited seminars in her quest to educate others to empower them to make the best decision for their company.
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