With another delay to the Employer Mandate announced last month, how are employers to respond?
UCLA Anderson Office of Alumni Relations is hosting a lively, interactive presentation by a panel of experts, offering unique insights on the impact of the Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare. Topics will include:
Review of the current state of the Individual Mandate and the Employer Mandate
Overview of the Exchange and Covered California
Strategies for responding to the ACA and mitigating penalty and tax implications
Exploring what future impact the ACA will have on how employees access healthcare
Plenty of time for Q&A
Appetizers and hosted beer and wine will be provided.
About Jacqueline Roth
Jacqueline brings over a decade of professional experience in a unique combination of employee benefits, talent acquisition, and sales management with a Fortune 500 Firm. Jacqueline has a passion to protect her clients’ liabilities, educate them on issues that impact insurance, and strategize benefits packages that align with employer goals. As companies wrestle to attract and retain the best people the benefits have taken center stage and are now a critical component to analyze and improve.
As healthcare reform becomes evermore complex, and costs continue to rise, Jacqueline understands the need to address the impact, potential challenges, and possibilities of the Affordable Care Act. She analyzes the multiple effects of the law for each unique employer, seeking to maintain and advance an organization’s short and long-term goals.
Jacqueline is a shareholder at Bolton & Company is a past board member for the Professionals in Human Resources Association and is involved with the Society of Human Resources Management. She fundraises for Azusa Pacific University’s East Africa Scholarship Fund. Jacqueline holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Azusa Pacific in Communication.
About Gregg Fisch
Mr. Fisch is a partner in the Labor & Employment Practice Group in the firm's Century City office. He has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation, and has successfully defended management before federal and state courts and administrative agencies in defense of complaints for class action and single-plaintiff matters, involving wage-and-hour violations, wrongful termination, age, race, gender, and national origin discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, and other statutory, contract and tort-related claims, as well as in relation to union campaigns and elections.
Mr. Fisch regularly provides clients with practical advice on a wide range of day-to-day labor and employment law issues, including establishing effective human-resource policies and complying with federal and state laws, such as those relating to wage-and-hour issues, disability and family/medical leave laws, workplace violence prevention, and the discipline and termination processes. He also regularly prepares and revises employee handbooks and other employment-related documents, including separation, arbitration, and confidentiality agreements.
Mr. Fisch has experience conducting, organizing, and overseeing internal corporate investigations relating to allegations of discrimination, harassment, and employee wrongdoing involving theft, and assault and battery, as well as counseling in-house professionals on how to conduct investigations of workplace misconduct. He also has obtained temporary restraining orders to help prevent workplace violence.