Event will be rescheduled in 2014
Details will be available at a later date.
HAAPC is proud to present
Mr. George Reardon
of Littler Mendelson P.C.
Are you seeking current information
that is specifically dedicated to the
Healthcare Reform for placement firms?
Here is the perfect opportunity to sit down
with George Reardon as he shares
his expert legal knowledge!
"Some things have changed
and will be explained in updated form."
~ George Reardon
... A FOLLOW UP TO:
The Challenges and Opportunities of Healthcare Reform for Placement Firms
Healthcare reform, formally known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, will impose heavy penalties and disruptive anti-discrimination rules on many staffing firms and their clients. Yet there are ways to avoid or minimize these burdens, to boost your competitive position, and to turn clients’ burdens under the Act into revenue opportunities. Learn how to prepare now to benefit from these strategies when the penalties and rules kick in.
Topics covered in this
information-packed session include:
- What the law requires
- How much the penalties and other rules will cost
- How the developing regulations will affect your business
- Opportunities under the law to avoid penalties, gain market advantage, and penetrate new markets
George Reardon is special counsel at the Houston office of the national law firm Littler Mendelson, P.C., focusing his practice on serving the staffing and PEO industries and on the issues of the contingent workforce.
Mr. Reardon has devoted his entire working life to employment-related professions. His background includes extensive experience as an executive in the group employee benefits business, as an officer in the U.S. Army's Adjutant General Corps, as corporate counsel, and as a private law practitioner. During the 27 years before he joined Littler, he was in-house/general counsel for four national and international staffing firms – Snelling and Snelling, Houston-based Talent Tree Personnel Services (sometimes called Initial), Kelly Services, and the North American segment of Adecco. His many years of involvement and leadership in staffing industry organizations, including 12 years as a director of the American Staffing Association, give him broad understanding and problem-solving abilities for dealing with the contingent workforce and the issues that arise in connection with it. He was named as one of Staffing Industry Analysts’ “Staffing 100” in 2011 and 2012.
Mr. Reardon holds a B.S. in Business from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and a J.D. with honors from the University of Florida. His articles on the contingent workforce can be requested by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.