Confused about your health insurance renewal? Do you have other questions about health care reform? Western Growers Assurance Trust will host several Executive Forums on Health Care Reform in Imperial, Yuma and Indio this week.
Former WG Board of Director Jack Vessey, of Vessey & Company Inc., along with current Directors Vic Smith, WG vice chairman with JV Smith Companies and Mark Nickerson with Prime Time International will help kick off their respective events. WG’s Compliance Counsel Jonathan Alexander and WG executives will help guide owners and key decision-makers in preparing for the 2014 Affordable Care Act mandates. They will demonstrate how members can analyze their existing workforce to anticipate costs for next year using Western Growers proprietary cost calculator. You’ll come away better prepared to make strategic decisions for your business. A review of the major provisions of the Act, employer’s responsibilities, and health plan options that work for your business will also be covered.
Registration is required. Don’t miss out on this important forum.
- Register here for the El Centro/Imperial Forum April 3.
- Register here for the Yuma Forum April 4.
- Register here for the Coachella/Indio Forum April 4.
This will be a unique and timely opportunity for members to ask questions and learn what you can do now to prepare. With 2014 around the corner, this forum is a must for CEOs, CFOs, principals, HR leaders and anyone involved in making health benefit decisions for your business.
There are many other opportunities to attend. WGAT will present the forums throughout California during the month of April. Click here to view the entire schedule, and stay tuned to Spotlight as we highlight future Executive Forums.
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