Program Presentation

Health Benefits for Employees, Dependents & Retirees

Publication date: 
05/2011
Employers aim to provide adequate health benefits for their employees. Strategizing an economical plan that offers expansive coverage, is competitive within the marketplace, and complies with legislative regulations can be overwhelming. George Wilson from Willis-HRH joined us to discuss the different options available to employers who provide health benefits to employees, dependents and retirees. The presentation covered plan structure choices (PPO, HMO, EPO, CDHP, etc.), reimbursement accounts (FSA, HRA, HSA), self-insuring, extending coverage to domestic partners, covering children up to 26...
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Workplace Flexibility

Publication date: 
03/2011
Balancing work and home-life responsibilities is a challenge. Advancements in technology, legislative requirements, and employer mindsets have opened the door to the possibilities and challenges of workplace flexibility. At the this FAN meeting, communications consultant, Robin Hartman joined us to help answer: What is workplace flexibility? Why should my organization be thinking about workplace flexibility? What are our options, and which ones are right for my organization? In addition, FAN member Gail Pesyna, VP for Human Resources and Program Management at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation,...
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The New HR Challenge - Managing Misclassification Risks

Publication date: 
10/2010
At this FAN meeting, Amanda Fugazy walked attendees through the new risks facing nonprofits by misclassifying employees – in particular, consultants, volunteers, and interns. Both the IRS and the Department of Labor are undertaking efforts to identify cases of misclassification in order to recoup unpaid taxes. With back wages, benefits, lawyers and accountant fees, penalties and staff time, the costs can be very high to an organization.
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Health Care Reform: What Employers Need to Know Now!

Publication date: 
08/2010
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) enacts the most ambitious reform to health care coverage in this country since Medicare was introduced. It is important that employers know how the reform will impact their organizations and what to do to get prepared. At this FAN meeting, Jim O'Conner, a noted expert, highlighted how the new legislation may affect your organization and your staff. The presentation outlined the new employer mandates, tax implications and timeline for reform.
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The Civic Engagement Primer

This Civic Engagement Primer–also known as the #PACEprimer–is a resource designed to explore these questions and help philanthropies assess their interest and understanding in civic engagement, and ultimately help them along their journey toward integrating it into their work. This tool is intended for: Philanthropies thinking about civic engagement for the first time Philanthropies that are not new to civic engagement, but have yet to invest in it Philanthropies that are already investing in civic engagement, but seek common language and shared tools
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