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    Workers Compensation Issues

    Date: February 7, 2017, 7:30am – 10:00am
    Portsmouth Country Club
    80 Country Club Lane, Greenland, NH 03840
    $25 for members, $45 for non-members
    Event Type:
    Monthly Program
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    7:30 am Registration, Networking, and Breakfast

    8:00 am SHRA Business, Legal Update, Community Spotlight, Sponsor

    8:30 am Program

    10:00 am Meeting Adjourns and Networking


    Program Title:  Things I Learned the Hard Way about Workers’ Compensation

    Preseneter: Fran Lefavour

    This program focuses on how to manage workers’ compensation costs and claims to reduce lost time, costs and provide the best customer service and medical care to your employees.  The workers’ compensation system has many moving parts and participants but ultimately only one payor – the employer. 

    Take aways will be:

    How to develop working relationships with your insurance carrier, the medical community and your employees when they are injured at work.

    What are the laws governing workers’ compensation and what do you need to know to work effectively in the system.

    How to design an effective and productive light duty program.

    Little details I learned by making Big mistakes.

    Presenter Bio:

    Fran has over 35 years in the Human Resource field including 25 years as a Human Resource consultant  She started FPL Services in 1991 and merged it with Spectrum Consulting in 2000 and continuing helping businesses navigate through the myriad of issues involved with employee relations and compliance with state and federal laws.

    She was an adjunct faculty member of the University of New Hampshire’s Continuing Education Department, creating their first seminars on Workers’ Compensation for their Human Resource Certificate Program.  She served as Vice Chair of the Business and Industry Association Human Resource Committee and was appointed and served numerous terms on the New Hampshire Public Employee Labor Relations Board, the NH Department of Labor Wage & Hour Appeals Board,  NH Job Training Council and the Anthem Advisory Board.  She served over 10 years as a member of the New Hampshire Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board  adjudicating disputed cases on appeal from decisions by the NH  Department of Labor.

    She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, State Conference Chair of the Granite State Human Resource Council, Chair of the Granite State Human Resource Conference and a Board member of the Seacoast Human Resource Association. She is a founding member and Treasurer of the Run For the Fallen New Hampshire. Fran was chosen as the 2015 Outstanding Volunteer of the Year awarded by the NH State Human Resource Council.

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