Lunch and Learn – Workers’ Compensation – Best Practices for Small Business Owners

Managing Your Workers’ Compensation Program in 2014 and Beyond:

Best Practices for the Small Business Owner

At this Small Business lunch and Learn we’ll cover..

► How you can manage your premiums through claims management, safety initiatives, and risk management,

► Learn the roll of third party administrators and attorneys in the adjudication process, and

► Get answers to your questions about prospective billing and learn more about the proposed “another billion back.”

We’ll have two fantastic speakers on this topic!

JENNIFER HANN HARRISON is a partner in Taft’s Labor and Employment, Energy and Regulated Industries and Workers’ Compensation practices, and she leads the Dayton office’s Workers’ Compensation practice. She represents management in a variety of employment-related matters, including charges involving race, sex, age and disability, violations of specific safety requirements (VSSRs), retaliation, and employer intentional torts. An experienced litigator, Jennifer has defended numerous cases to jury trial. Her practice includes appearing before administrative agencies, the Courts of Common Pleas, and the Ohio Supreme Court. She frequently speaks on workers’ compensation and employment topics.
ERIN ROSIELLO, is the Southwest Regional Business Development Manager for the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. Erin is an experienced regional sales manager with a background in business-to-business sales, generating revenue growth and driving marketing initiatives. With experience in HR and Workers’ Comp, she’s been recognized for her ability to build, guide and sustain successful sales teams within highly competitive industries. Most recently, Erin worked with a third-party administrator of workers’ comp, and she worked for eight years in human resource services helping Ohio employers with such issues as workers’ comp, payroll, unemployment and HRIS. She has 20 years sales experience, five years sales management, and five years as vice president of marketing.

The event is September 16th from 11:00-1:00 PM at UD’s River Campus. As usual, there will be lunch and some great door prizes. You can register below or by filling out the attached flyer on the entire series. Please call me if you have any questions, (937) 226-8293.

http://www.daytonchamber.org/index.cfm/?LinkServID=5E49AD54-E354-8889-6711D26D5E87BEDD&eventID=2182

I hope to see you on Tuesday September 16, 2014.

Erin Rosiello, SW Regional Business Development Manager

 

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Small Business Toolkit Flyer 2014.pdf

CDCRC Inc Harvest Bash 2014

TO OUR FELLOW COMMUNITY SERVANTS AND BUSINESS LEADERS,

BOLO FOR OUR 2ND ANNUAL HARVEST BASH AT THE CDCRC INC. WE RE PREPARING FOR OUR HARVEST AND WISH TO SHARE IT TO OUR URBAN COMMUNITY.

WE ARE LOOKING FOR VENDOR; FARMERS, CHEF’S; MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS;GRASS~ROOT NON-PROFITS AND SMALL BUSINESSES OWNERS WHO WISH TO BE A PART OF THE HARVEST!

WE WILL ALSO RAFFLE OFF A CAR THROUGH OUR ANGEL AUTO PROGRAM.

THIS IS A CDCRC INC FUNDRAISING EVENT

Agaytha B Corbin
President&CEO
323 Salem Ave Suite 3D
Dayton, Ohio 45046
(937) 223-5966 Office
(937) 223-8714 Fax
Website:www.cdcrc.org
Email:acorbin_cdcrc@hotmail.com

"Your Community Wealth Builder Agency"

Mt 25:37 Then the Righteous will answer "Lord when did we see you hungry and feed you? Or thirsty and we give you a drink"

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Certification benefits minority businesses

Posted Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, By Dave Larsen – Dayton Daily News Staff Writer

ross motorsThe Bob Ross Auto Group has tripled its vehicle sales to the state of Ohio since 2011 because of its Minority Business Enterprise certification, the dealership’s general manager said Thursday at a meeting for local business owners in Dayton.

This year through July, Bob Ross Auto sold the state 289 vehicles, generating $7.4 million in sales, compared to 93 vehicles and $2.3 million in sales for the same period in 2011, said Butch Spencer, the Centerville new-car dealership’s general manager.

“This program has been very profitable for our dealership,” said Spencer, who encouraged area business owners to obtain Minority Business Enterprise certification to benefit their businesses.

The state spent $165 million with minority-owned businesses in fiscal year 2014, up from $106 million the previous budget year.
The Dayton region has 114 certified minority-owned businesses, representing less than 10 percent of the total 1,226 in Ohio, according to Ohio Development Services Agency data obtained by this newspaper.

Thursday’s meeting at the Montgomery County Job Center was the second of seven such events the agency will hold statewide through September. State officials discussed how area business owners can win more business with various state-run agencies, and obtain certification that qualifies them for certain government contracts.

The goal is to get more area businesses involved with the state program, said Jackie Williams, chief of the agency’s Minority Business Development division.

“Especially in the case where we have a deficit of companies that we’ve been able to identify, we want to get the word out that the opportunity is real and connect them with resources,” Williams said.

Another public meeting will be held noon Monday at the American Red Cross, 2111 Dana Ave. in Cincinnati.

 

Certified minority-owned businesses by county
Montgomery – 82
Greene – 12
Warren – 9
Clark – 8
Miami – 2
Champaign – 1
Total – 114
Source: Ohio Development Services Agency

 

Related article in The Dayton Business Journal: Centerville auto group boosts business with minority certification