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2021 HR Summit Webinar Series

Program Format

Webinar Series: Three 1-hour Sessions

What You Need To Participate:

  • A desktop or laptop computer with high-speed internet access and speakers (microphone optional, but recommended). *Dial-in information will not be available for this program.
  • We recommend using Google Chrome for your internet browser.
  • Please download Zoom if it is not already installed on your computer, and be sure you are running the latest version. If you would like to familiarize yourself with the logistics of attending a Zoom webinar, please visit the Zoom Help Center.
  • Adhere to the Virtual Program Code of Conduct.

Who Should Attend?

This is a must-attend series for CEOs, Administrators and all HR professionals working in any long term care setting.

Program Details

Download a printable brochure.

Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 10 - 11 a.m.

HR Legal Update

Hear what is new on the federal and state level and what HR professionals must be prepared to think about and focus on in 2021. Issues covered will include the latest COVID-19 related developments—including vaccination-related issues; updates to the travel advisory; telecommuting/remote work concerns; leave entitlements (NYS Paid Sick Leave, COVID leave, etc.); changes at the NLRB; enforcement and litigation trends and what is on the horizon.
Paul Buehler, Associate, Bond Schoeneck and King


Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 10 - 11 a.m.

Building Equity into Your Employee Health Plan Design

The converging crises in 2020 shed light on the lack of access to affordable healthcare for Black and Brown peoples and persons from economically marginalized communities. We all witnessed the crippling compound effect of health inequity shouldered by economically distressed communities - many New York nonprofits responded in turn.
One major area where health inequities still exist in the workplace is in employer-sponsored health benefits plan design. Traditional insurance plans—premiums, copayments, deductibles and coinsurance—frequently create barriers to care. They can also exacerbate inequities in healthcare by inhibiting the use of services - such as primary care - that benefit health and wellbeing. LeadingAge New York members that are truly committed to diversity, equity and inclusion as a workplace priority have an opportunity to reevaluate their employee health benefit plan and make adjustments to remove barriers to health and wellbeing by considering a first dollar coverage plan design.
MODERATOR: Derreck Smith, Nonstop Administration & Insurance Services
Mark Baker, Area Executive Vice President for Growth, Cool Insuring Agency
Lisa McKeown, Director, Total Rewards, Nonprofit HR


Thursday, April 15, 2021, 10 - 11 a.m.

Controlling Workers Comp Costs... How to Avoid Overcharges on Workers Comp Premiums!

Are you paying the lowest premium possible for your workers compensation? How exactly is workers comp calculated? Find out what is driving your premiums and common mistakes made by insurance companies and rating boards that lead to you overpaying for insurance. Workers compensation is the most controllable piece of your insurance, and during this session you will learn ways to keep your costs down while potentially recovering overpaid premiums from past years.
Presented by Cool Insuring, a Gallagher Company: John Snow, Dan Hushion, Michael Jenkins and Phil Scott

Continuing Education Credit

ACF/Assisted Living Professionals 
This program offers up to 3 
hours of continuing education credit for adult care facility and assisted living professionals. Credit is awarded upon request and verification of the hours attended. Credit reports will be available on our website approximately 30 days following the program.

Human Resource Professionals 
This program has been submitted to HRCI for 3 HR (General) re-certification credit 
hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recerticipation through the HR Certification institute. Credit is awarded upon request and verification of the hours attended. Credit reports will be available on our website approximately 30 days following the program.

Licensed Nursing Home
This program is sponsored by the Foundation for Long Term Care (FLTC). The FLTC is a certified sponsor of professional continuing education with the National Association of Boards of Examiners for Long Term Care Administrators (NAB). This program has been submitted for CEUs for nursing home administrators under its sponsor agreement with NAB/NCERS. State licensure boards, however, have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses. Credit is awarded upon request and verification of the hours attended. Attendance is reported directly to NAB within 30 days of the program. Certificates will be available via your NAB CE Registry.

Click here for more information about our credit process.

Registration Information

Registration Fees


LeadingAge NY Members:




Payment Information

We accept the following forms of payment: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Check payments can be accommodated when necessary; however, registrations will not be complete until payment is received. Full payment must be received by the start of the series to ensure your access to the webinars and materials.

Cancellations will not be accepted, and refunds will not be issued for this virtual event.

TO REGISTER: Use the navigation bar at the top of the page.

About SCCG: Our Mission is to educate and empower industry leaders. Our vision statement is to strengthen the Adult Care industry and foster optimal care for seniors.

LeadingAge New York Mission Statement: To create the future of aging and continuing care services in New York State.
Sponsored by the Foundation for Long Term Care (FLTC), educational affiliate of LeadingAge New York.
Our national partner, LeadingAge, is an association of 6,000 not-for-profit organizations dedicated to expanding the possibilities for aging. Together, we advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age. 

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