Thursday, December 11th
7:30 AM to - 9:00 AM
1616 Anderson Rd
McLean, Virginia 22102
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|Business Owners and Executive in today's marketplace are finding it necessary to be far more creative in how they manage cash flow and leverage financial and insurance products to effectively run their businesses.
The need to elevate your "employee benefits" profile while not breaking the bank is paramount no matter what industry you are aligned with. The ability to attract and retain billable employees and those that can sustain and grow your business from an overhead position, is a critical element in the survival of small, medium and large companies alike.
Next in line after health benefits, retirement plans are on the minds of prospective employees. Smart employers are using their benefit packages to compete with, or in many cases, out-compete other companies casting their net for the same employees. Due to the increased level of competition for human capital, some of the tactics in play include:
- Shorter eligibility periods for employees
- Greater matching percentages
- More robust plans with greater fund choices
- Companion plans for management & highly compensated employees
In this session of HR Over Breakfast, we've asked our Member Michael Ottomanelli of Merrill Lynch to discuss:
- How you should evaluate and select appropriate plans for your company;
- Why it may be necessary to re-evaluate your current plan;
- How to leverage plans to attract and retain key employees; and
- How the current market volatility can affect retirement plans and the fiduciary liability of the employer.
Michael will also discuss some of the differences he sees in how government contractor organizations use retirement plans versus traditional commercial companies, such as leveraging the newer SafeHarbor plan which provides additional benefits to employers and employees.
About our presenter
Michael Ottomanelli is a Financial Advisor with Merrill Lynch and specializes in working with small to mid-sized businesses in the areas of: Retirement Plans (401k, DB, IRA, etc.); Financial & Retirement Planning; Estate & Exit Planning, and; Life Insurance (Term, Universal, Keyman, etc.).
Who should attend?
Business Owners and Executives and HR Professionals.
About The American Small Business Coalition HR Silo
Human Resources, Recruiting and Retention Silo (Human Resources) is
focused on providing expert resources to The ASBC Community related to the
functions within an organization that focus on recruitment, management and
providing of direction for a company’s most valued assets.
The HR Silo is led by Eve Framinan, President of TPO, Inc. an organization dedicated to providing expert,
cost-effective, outsourced human resources services to companies which
are large enough to require human resources capabilities, but too small
to maintain their own in-house human resources function.
Registration/payment at the door is an additional $10.00. Your registration includes breakfast and discussion materials.
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