20211020 RSVA Mini BEP Training Day 1

  • “How to present to legislators and others about the Randolph-Sheppard Program”
    Part I: “Getting advocates involved in Reaching Legislators and others”
    Robert Jackson (VA), NAMA Government Affairs Manager, National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA)
  • Part II: “Telling Your Story”
    Donna Seliger (IA), Long-time IA advocate
    Jeff Thom (CA), California Council of the Blind Governmental Affairs Director
    Advocates will share Examples of telling your own story to lawmakers.
  • “The importance of Necessary Business Insurance”
    Mark Polak (CA), Owner Lemark Insurance
    This session explains the need for the following: Product liability, Employee Non-owner Driver vehicle Insurance (ENOD), and Workmen’s Compensation. It will also mention the benefits of an Umbrella policy and when to Bond Employees.
  • “When to Use a Broker or get a 401K policy or Self- Employed (SEP) insurance plan?”
    Mark L. Simon (CA), LUTCF, Diversified Benefits Insurance Services
  • “Navigating the Trends in Employee Compensation”
    Malena Otero (CA), Strategic HR Alliance
    This session focuses on managing increasing wages and other compensation and how to adapt to trends in the industry: Minimum wage, Implementing Benefits: Holiday Pay and Sick Leave, and Flexible Hours.

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