Thanks to PAI and AssuredPartners for presenting at the “Worker’s Compensation 101” lunch and learn today hosted by NAWIC Chapter #113.
Lunch and Learn hosted by NAWIC #113
Presented by Planned Administrators Inc and AssuredPartners
Do you ever wonder if you really have to report that employees small injury to your insurance agent/carrier? Do your employees feel free to report claims or do they think there will be a negative outcome? What processes do you have in place for the injured worker that can return to work but with restrictions? What are your options if you think that Monday morning claim might actually be the result of some weekend activities of your employee? Should you continue to pay the injured or let Workers Comp pick up the wages? Learn the answers to these questions and MORE at the NAWIC Columbia Lunch & Learn!
Please join us on Thursday, December 11th from Noon to 1:30 PM at McCrory Construction’s training room to learn the answers to these questions and more.
FREE to NAWIC members and $10.00 for non-members.
Members of NAWIC Chapter #113 (Susan Clary and Stacy Painter) participated in Richland County School District One’s District Advisory Board luncheon at Heyward Career and Technology Center. The participants are from the Midlands and represent a cross section of industry. These industry partners were matched with the CTE’s completer clusters and majors such as building construction, media technology, cosmetology, finance, culinary arts, etc. The advisory board brings real life work-related information that can be incorporated into the district’s curriculum.
CREW Coffee offered a great networking opportunity at Market On Main. Mashburn Construction is currently completing the upfit of the space on the ground floor of the Meridian Building on the corner of Lady and Main in downtown Columbia.
NAWIC Chapter #113 members (pictured from left: Vanessa Tremblay Trimnal with Waste Management, Cindy Shumpert with Assured Partners, Adair Stevenson with S&ME, and Susan Cody Clary with Mashburn Construction), were able to “cross pollinate” with other movers and shakers in the Midlands.
What an absolute honor to participate in Celebrate Freedom Foundation Awareness Luncheon today at the Celebrate Freedom Foundation Hanger at Columbia Metro Airport. Thanks to Tony Clyburn for inviting Susan Clary and Coral Gresham to serve on the host committee. Also attending is Nichole Kopenhaver representing NAWIC. Pictured with Susan, Coral and Nichole is Miss South Carolina, Morgan Nichols. Morgan will competing for Miss America with a platform for expanding STEM nationwide.
We had a great turn out at our first Hard Hat Happy Hour of the year at the Capital City Club – Columbia! Thank you to our event sponsors Steeplechase and Alfred Williams & Co. for your support in making this event a success!
Fantastic chapter meeting this evening! Thank you Amanda Simconis Poston, CDFA for speaking to our group on The Top 5 Financial Mistakes Women Make (and how YOU can avoid them).
We had lots of guests in the house and information on upcoming events! Our chapter has many initiatives going on and we would love to have you join us.
The Columbia, SC Chapter could not facilitate all the programs it does if is wasn’t for the Friends of NAWIC Sponsorship Program! We are able to add more programs each to which this past year included a Construction Kids Discovery and Awareness event at Lexington Technology Center with over 800 attendees.
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