Seeing Green: An Employer's Guide to Medical Marijuana
Wednesday, February 15, 2017, Southview Country Club
The recent expansion of the list qualifying conditions for medical cannabis - now to include PTSD and “intractable pain” - has put many Minnesota employers in a bind: You can’t just fire medical cannabis users, but you can’t put your employees at risk either. What’s a responsible employer to do?
FEATURING WORKERS’ COMP ATTORNEY SUSAN K. CONLEY
Shareholder, Arthur Chapman
Sue works to resolve workers’ compensation and general liability cases, and has done so for more than 25 years. With a special interest in Occupational Exposure, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Complex Medical claims, Sue provides education and practical tips to clients, as well as to local and national organizations focused on the defense and mitigation of damages for these often complex and expensive claims.
RISK MITIGATION EXPERT MARY WELLS
Director of Risk Management, Minnesota Comp Advisor
Mary has over 25 years of risk management leadership and experience from the perspective of the insurance company, employer, and agency sides. A well-known expert in risk management and workers’ compensation, Mary works with employers in their efforts to control the cost of risk by identifying, preventing, and mitigating risk and developing effective claim management and cost containment programs. A recent debilitating injury has given Mary a new perspective on the limitations and challenges faced by injured employees on a daily basis.
Registration & Breakfast 7:30am
Presentation 8:00am - 10:00am
Southview Country Club
239 Mendota Road East
West St. Paul, MN 55118
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
CFOs, Risk Managers, HR - Anyone Who Feels the Pain of Workers’ Comp
REGISTER (2 OPTIONS):
1) Email firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Call 612-236-1771
NO COST TO ATTEND BUT SPACE IS LIMITED - RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY!
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