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  AHRMA's SHRM Chapter number is #0244

We have declared 2015 our year to GIVE-Get Involved, Volunteer, Exceed.


AHRMA MONTHLY MEETING

GIVE. Get Involved. Volunteer. Exceed.

 

 

2015 Law Day

Thursday, February 26, 2015, at the Hilton Downtown Austin

Eight HRCI & SHRM credits (One pending)

 

This is a “can’t miss” event covering what you, as a Human Resources Professional, need to know to survive and succeed in 2015.  The HR law landscape has changed yet again on many levels.  Do not let these changes pass you by.  2015 Law Day is designed to help HR professionals navigate the new landscape and proactively address the recent changes in the law and regulations that will impact them on a daily basis.  Let the distinguished list of presenters speak for itself.

 

The event will feature a Q&A session between Courtney Smith, Director of Employment Law at Freescale and United States Magistrate Judge Andrew Austin that will provide a Federal Judge’s view of employment law and the changes and trends he sees in the court room.  This is sure to be an informative and exciting session.  There will also be presentations on how to avoid HR pitfalls, how to handle non-compete obligations, business immigration trends, the Affordable Care Act, the new NLRB ambush election rules, and what’s new in 2015.  

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SAVE THE DATES!
AHRMA'S 2015 MEETING SCHEDULE:

  • February 26 (Downtown Hilton)
  • March - No Meeting
  • April 16 (Downtown Hilton)
  • May 21 (Downtown Hilton)
  • June 11 (Downtown Hilton)

July 30-31 (Conference at the Renaissance)

  • August - No Meeting
  • September 18 (Downtown Hilton)
  • October 8 (Downtown Hilton)
  • November 5 (Downtown Hilton)
  • December 3 (Downtown Hilton)

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR CTCBA’S NEXT PROGRAM!

Central Texas Compensation and Benefits Association


Thursday, March 12, 2015 - 11:30 am-1 pm

Educational Luncheon Program

Location:  Crowne Plaza Hotel (IH 35 and US 290E - Austin)

HRCI Credits Pending!


TOPIC:  Mercer's National Survey of Employer Sponsored Health Plans:  The
Results Are In!


THE LATEST RESULTS ARE IN!
Mercer’s latest survey found that growth in the average health benefit
cost per employee remained modest in 2014 at 3.9%, with employers
predicting an increase of 4.6% for 2015.  Helping to hold down cost growth
was the largest one-year increase in enrollment in high-deductible
consumer-driven health plans (CDHPs) in 2014, from 18% to 23% of all
covered employees.

While average health cost growth has slowed, individual employer
experience still varies widely.  About two-fifths of employers expect cost
to rise by less than 5% in 2015, while about a third expects an increase
of 10% or higher.  What makes the difference?

WHAT WILL I LEARN?
Please join us to learn about the strategies employers have put in place
to help control health spending.  We’ll discuss the growth in CDHPs and
how employers are making these high-deductible plans more effective
engines for driving true consumerism, and the shift in thinking about how
to engage employees in caring for their own health.  We’ll also look at
other innovative strategies employers are using to offer an attractive --
and sustainable – benefit program in the health reform era.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
CFOs, Senior HR Leaders, Benefit Directors, Benefit Managers, Risk
Managers and others involved in Benefits Strategy and Direction.

We hope you will be able to join us on March 12th.


PRESENTERS:

John Cox
Principal, Mercer Austin

John has twenty-two years of experience in health and welfare consulting.
He delivers excellence for his clients by offering the valuable insight
and advice necessary to execute an effective healthcare / total rewards
strategy that protects and helps make productive, his client’s most
valuable asset, its workforce.

Tyler Bolander
Principal, Mercer Dallas


Tyler is the Market Sales Leader for Mercer Marketplace, Mercer's private
exchange solution.  He works with consulting teams to evaluate the
potential of exchange solutions relative to our clients' specific
situations:  financial implications, administrative capabilities, change
management, and employee perception and behavioral change.  Tyler also
works with existing Mercer Market place clients on client advisory boards
to develop new concepts and enhancements.  Internally, Tyler is
responsible for education of consulting teams in regard to Mercer
Marketplace operations and administration.

CTCBA/AHRMA/WCHRMA Members - $30

Non-Members - $35

Free lunch members must register also!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER!

THANKS TO OUR FEBRUARY MEETING SPONSOR:

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AHRMA is recognized by SHRM to offer
Professional Development Credits (PDCs)
for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. 

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