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HUB Seminar: Navigating Voluntary Benefits and Employment Practices Liability for the Food-Service Industry
November 30, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Your employees are your biggest asset. Make sure they don’t also become your great liability. Leading global insurance brokerage, HUB International is hosting a complimentary seminar for the restaurant and food service industry,that will equip you with the insight and tools to help you retain talent, comply with ever-changing legal regulations and avoid costly employment practices liability (EPL) exposures.
During this seminar, experts will provide you with vital, strategic advice, addressing the following:
- Advantages of Voluntary Employee Benefits to support your business and employees.
- Utilizing Voluntary Employee Benefits to help you mitigate workers compensation claims.
- No-cost NYC Commuter Benefit Law compliance solution
- The most common and emerging EPL risks/claims.
- How to decrease your EPL exposures by creating formal policies and procedures.
- Insurance coverage options to protect your restaurant against claims made by potential hires, current, terminated employees.
- Third party exposures and coverage for claims made by patrons, suppliers and vendors.
About the Presenters
Ciro J. Giué, Vice President and Voluntary & Worksite Benefits Practice Leader, HUB International Northeast
Based out of HUB’s New York City office, Ciro holds over ten years of experience coordinating strategic Voluntary/Worksite Benefits solutions for employers. He holds Life & Health and Property & Casualty insurance licenses and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
Amanda M. Fugazy, Attorney, Labor & Employment Law Practice Leader, Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP
Amanda Fugazy represents clients in litigation, and provides counseling and preventative education with regard to wage-hour compliance, employment discrimination, harassment, labor relations, internal investigations, employment contracts and manuals, severance agreements, arbitration, mediation, and labor and employment aspects of corporate and real estate transactions.