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News from the Worker's Comp Board

January 17, 2019
8:15 AM to 10:30 AM
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Comfort Inn
20 Hatfield Lane
Goshen, NY 10924
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Mid-Hudson Valley

Society for Human Resource Management

January 17, 2019

Monthly Meeting

Better for Business Better for Workers New from the Worker’s Comp Board

 

Due to room capacity this meeting is full, we strongly discourage any walk-ins, Thank you!

LOCATION:              Comfort Inn,

                                 20 Hatfield Lane                                                                                                       

                                 Goshen, NY

 

DATE & TIME:         Thursday, January 17, 2019

                                8:15 - 8:45 am: Registration

                                8:45 - 9:15: Announcements & Introductions

                                9:15- 10:30AM: Program

COST:                      $15 Chapter Member; $25 Non-Chapter Member; $7 Student  

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Better for Workers – Better for Business: News from the New York State Workers’ Comp Board

In this timely presentation, Joseph Cavalcante and Neil Gilberg from the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board will provide updates on programs administered by the Board, including the new Paid Family Leave Act and Code Rule 60. The Paid Family Leave Act provides both guaranteed leave and income replacement benefits for employees who must take time to care for close family members. Code Rule 60 mandates discounts to NYS employers for taking certain workplace initiatives, benefiting both employee safety and the company bottom line. Joe and Neil will also explain the Board’s dual role as an advocate for both workers and management.

                                                         ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Joseph Cavalcante is responsible for helping injured workers on the most complex claims and for handling all fatality claims. Essentially, his job is to make certain injured workers get the lost wages and health care they need. Prior to this position, he was an agency spokesperson for more than 10 years, where he represented the Board and wrote many of our publications. He’s also been the Board’s point person on World Trade Center issues. Before joining the Board, Joe’s broad work experience includes teaching as a college instructor and positions in health insurance, the software industry and at FEMA. He has written for dozens of publications as well. Joe holds an MA from SUNY at Albany in English.

 

 

Tickets

$15.00 Chapter Member

$25.00 Non-Chapter Member

$7.00 Student