Posts from category "Member Benefits"

Comprehensive Case Management Employment Program

 

WORKFORCE SURVEY SUMMARY:  75% OF COMPANIES IDENTIFIED WORK ETHIC AS BEING AN ISSUE WITH EMPLOYEES….ESPECIALLY YOUNGER WORKERS.  

Are you one of those employers?  Do your employees ages 24 and younger have poor attendance?  Do they spend too much time on their phones during work time?  Do they have substance abuse issues?  

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Chamber Cash Program

Chamber Cash is our local gift certificate program co-sponsored by the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce. It is a zero-cost and zero-risk program for Chamber member companies redeeming the certificates as well as for individuals purchasing them. Certificates are easy to order, easy to redeem and perfect for giving to everyone on your list – friends, coaches, teachers and family members. Call, email or stop by the Chamber of Commerce office. They are available in $5, $10, $25 and $50 denominations. 

 Check out a participating merchant list here!

 

This is a year round program. Call 419-447-4141 to place your order.  

Corporate Wellness: Anxiety Disorders in the Workplace

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illnesses that touch over 40 million adults in the United States over the age of 18 and can affect your employees in the workplace. 

Generalized Anxiety Disorder affects approximately 6.8 million adults. In addition, 15 million Americans are affected by Social Anxiety Disorder. Major Depressive Disorder is the leading cause of disability for those between the ages of 15 and 44.   

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OBWC Payroll True-Up

     With the new BWC prospective billing policy, Ohio’s private employers are now enjoying a number of benefits, including more flexible payment options, better customer service, and a $1 billion premium credit provided by BWC to avoid double-billing employers during the switch. 

     However, to fully complete the transition, the payroll true-up is coming in July. This is a new process that requires employers to report their actual payroll for the previous policy year and reconcile any difference in premium paid.

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