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Is your Auto Insurance Company asking for an Independent Medical Exam after filing injury claim? Did they tell you that many of these people performing exams are on their payroll? Have you taken a look at comments made by people injured in car accidents required to be evaluated by these for-hire medical contractors? Noitce how few consider this action to be independent in nature? Independent Medical Exams (IME) are a strong reason for Insured Civil Rights legislation to be passed.
Join me, ESTRA in discussing the pitfalls of an Independent Medical Exam and how they benefit Auto Insurance Companies' bottom lines.
Over the last 20 years, the availability of voluntary benefits has grown from an anomaly to a strategy for the majority of employers. According Eastbridge Consulting Group, Inc., 54 percent of all employers provided at least one voluntary benefit in 2006. Six years later, that percentage has grown to 77 percent. For Eastbridge, the definition of voluntary benefits only includes life and health benefits where the employee pays 100 percent of the premiums through payroll deduction and there is no direct contribution by the employer. In the 25 years Eastbridge has followed voluntary benefits trends, life and disability insurance remain the first and second most popular products.
But, people like Mike Zarrillo, AIG's Vice President of Voluntary Benefits and Business Development, believe an employer's voluntary benefits strategy can go beyond the Eastbridge classification. Zarrillo sees two other categories gaining in popularity in the workplace: value-added benefits such as legal services and pet, home and auto insurance; and "beyond-value-added benefits" that play on the concept of consumerism at work. He's watched some companies give employees access to home-protection products and even home appliance purchases that the employee buys via payroll deduction.
So, if you want to learn more about voluntary benefits and how they may manifest in your workplace, join us as we talk with Mike Zarrillo about the changing landscape of employee benefits.
Hosts Jason Lofton and Steve Kucharski on the QTI Power Hour continue their discussion of owning a small business including employee reviews and promotions, and the headaches and challenges that accompany successful business growth.
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They'll discuss the recently announced plan of attack by the White House against the group ISIS
Jason Lofton is President and CEO of QTI, a diversified player in all aspects of construction throughout the Midwest To learn more about the hosts, go online: http://www.qti5.com
This week our guest is Alvin Young, Senior Marketing Manager for Intuit. He'll be here to explain the different online payroll solutions that Intuit offers: QuickBooks Online Payroll, Intuit Full Service Payroll and Intuit Online Payroll for Accountants.
Chris Salles is the eLearning Director of Guitar Center University at Guitar Center. He formally served as Director of Store Labor at Guitar Center and implemented their workforce management solution winning a Best in Class WFM award from Constellation Research and a President’s Award from Guitar Center in the process. Chris recently implemented Saba’s Cloud product at Guitar Center and accepted Saba’s 2014 Excellence in Talent Management award as a result.
JUSTICE is the constant and perpetual disposition to render every man his due. It is the proper administration of the law; the fair and equitable treatment of all individuals under the law. Justice is also a title given to certain judges, such as federal and state supreme court judges. Justice is 1) fairness, 2) moral rightness, 3) a scheme or system of law in which every person receives his/her/its due from the system, including all rights, both natural and legal. One problem is that attorneys, judges, and legislatures often get caught up more in procedure than in achieving justice for all.
(Read more at http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/justice ).
At "Human Rights Demand," we believe that justice is unlikely to happen where lawmakers and justice officials have a conflict of interest. Demand the resignations of lawmakers, judges, public defenders, prosecutors, Justice Department personnel and everyone else on the public's payroll if they are also PRISON INVESTORS. That is the only way to decriminalize mental illness, eliminate mass incarceration, and restore justice to our courtrooms. Tell public employees to DIVEST OR RESIGN. We must rid our government of everyone whose stock portfolios perform best with mass incarceration, wars, and when environmental concerns are ignored. Ask your congressional representative to introduce a bill that prohibits all lawmakers and other public officials and their spouses from earning prison profits. Pass such a bill, and we will see positive Change in the justice system. Only when prison investors can no longer write laws, represent and prosecute defendants, or preside over criminal cases will any semblance of justice arrive in U.S. courts.
"No man can serve two masters [his constituents and his stock portfolio]: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other" - Matt. 6:24.
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Series Preview Show, brought to you by Knoda.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler will host a special two-part episode:
With the show taking place while the Yankees-Orioles are in progreess on ESPN, Ricky will be joined by Drew Jenkins, the co-editor of Rays Colored Glasses, to help give a quick look at the Yankees' final series of the season vs. the Rays at Tropicana Field. The two of them will talk about this past week's series, where the Yankees took two out of three.
Plus, what should the Rays' first priority be in the 2015 offseason and what are Drew's thoughts on the Rays reportedly lowering their payroll for next season, according to owner Stuart Sternberg, Ricky and Drew will also breakdown the pitching matchups and give you their players to watch in the series.
Then, Jacob Winters from Yanks Go Yard will join the show after the game for our postgame segment. The two of them will give their thoughts on the Yankees' series with the Orioles, Bryan Mitchell's debut from Friday, the missed opportunity in the doubleheader Friday, and much more.
To get involved during the 90-minute show and voice your opinion, feel free to call in: (347)-324-5455 or tweet us: @YGYRadioShow
Born and raised in Mesquite, Nevada, Cresent Hardy has always worked hard to not only take care of himself and his family, but to give back to his community. His commitment to public service is clear – he has served as the Mesquite Public Works Director, a member of the Virgin Valley Water District, as a member of the Mesquite City Council, and has served two terms in the Nevada State Assembly. Cresent Hardy brings over two decades of distinguished public service experience to his campaign for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District.
A fifth-generation resident of Mesquite – his grandfather was the first baby born in the town – Hardy knows the importance of building a strong, safe community for families. He and his wife, Peri, have been married for 32 years, and are the parents of four wonderful children.
Cresent is proud to have helped in the Golf Fore Kids fundraising program, which has raised over $165,000 for needy children in Southern Nevada in only four short years. Hardy is also active in his church and community organizations such as Junior Livestock, 4H, and veterans groups.
Growing up in a farming community taught Cresent the value of hard work at a young age. Working with cattle, horses, and pigs on his father’s ranch as a young man instilled a valuable work ethic that he applies each and every day as a businessman. As a small business owner, Cresent Hardy knows what it takes to create jobs, make payroll, and meet a budget…something we desperately need more of in Washington!
The value of a hard day’s work and being self-reliant helped him to succeed in his career as a licensed contractor and small business owner.
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