NJBIA webinars are a free benefit to all members. Learn about best practices and available resources to help your business succeed. You can ask questions or just listen in – all without leaving your desk.
Miss one you really wanted to view? No problem. Each webinar is archived for later viewing as well. For more information, contact Association of Member Programs Jasmine Garrett 609-858-9518.
|Engaging the Next Generation of Manufacturing Professionals
It’s no secret; according to NJMEP (NJ Manufacturing Extension Program), 360,000 manufacturing jobs need to be filled in New Jersey. Many of these positions are high-paying, with an average annual salary of $92,000. As baby boomers retire at accelerated rates, we can expect the workforce gap in manufacturing to widen even more. |
Have no fear; Jackie Luciano is here. Join Jackie, VP, ZAGO Manufacturing, the 2019 award winner of the NJBIA Awards for Excellence - Community Service, as she shares practical tips and executional tactics – including some that ZAGO is using - to reach, recruit, nurture and retain GEN Y and Millennials.
|Feb 5, 2020||11:00am EST||1 hour||Register|
|Navigating Workers’ Compensation Claims, and More
Understanding workers’ compensation can be challenging. This webinar is designed to provide an overview of workers’ compensation, including the claims process, the components of a claim, and how that affects your experience modification. We will also discuss dealing with workers’ compensation claims when navigating other areas such as the Family Medical Leave Act (FLMA) or Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to avoid employment practice liability issues.|
Meg Errickson, Senior Director of Claims, Borden Perlman
Meg Errickson holds over 29 years of experience in the insurance industry, with 24 of those dedicated to claims management, claims operations, and leadership. Prior to joining Borden Perlman, Meg served on the National Practice team as Senior Vice President and Regional Claims Manager at USI Insurance Services (formerly Wells Fargo Insurance.) While at Wells Fargo, she wrote and implemented the company’s national claims operating procedures and service model.
A graduate of County College of Morris in Randolph, New Jersey, Meg started her career teaching English in Italy, and working as a private investigator. She stays busy in the community and is involved in coordinating the District 4 High School Fencing Tournament and the State Fencing Tournament for New Jersey, participates with the New York Blood Center, “and any other event that presents itself.”
|Feb 26, 2020||11:00am EST||1 hour||Register|