April 16, 2020
COVID-19 Updates:
Wage Claims From Taking Temps
OSHA Recordkeeping
Wrongful Death and Illness Lawsuits
Union Abrogation Obligations

John Mavros of Fisher Phillips will address these topics and more at
"Ask the Experts" Conference Call
Friday April 17, 2020 at 1pm
contact info@clia.org for dial-in instructions

Now is a Good Time to Reduce Employee Benefits Premiums
Ask about our program today and save up to 30%!

7 Ways to reduce Employee Benefit costs

1.      Consider Self-funding or Partial Self-funding : Over 50% of employees in a group don’t use their benefits in any given year and only 10% maximize their benefits. By self-funding a portion of the benefit plan you can save significant premium.

2.      Add Telehealth Services : Reduce visits to Urgent Care and ER by promoting 24/7 access to physicians via telemedicine. 

3.      Review your Pharmacy benefits : Reduce significant out of pocket expenses for employees by reviewing drug formularies.

4.      Encourage preventative services : Preventative services help reduce health complications and promote overall wellness.
5.      Offer a Wellness Program:  Incentivize employees to take control of their health through nutrition education, tobacco cessation, health coaching, and weight loss.

6.      Leverage technology : Electronic enrollment solutions reduce paperwork, time, and errors in the enrollment process. Manage Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, LTD through one platform.

7.      Get creative : Don’t assume you are stuck with an annual rate increase of 10%+. Leavitt Group offers unique plan design options with outside the box thinking.
Contact Nick Campo at nick-campo@leavitt.com or (408) 209-7822 for suggestions on lowering your insurance premiums.

Covid-19: Hotel Digital Marketing for Crisis-Recovery-Growth
Free Webinar
Today April 16, 2020
11:00 AM Pacific
Webinar ID 365-132-499

Covid-19 has disrupted our world like nothing we have seen before. A hotel's response requires serious reflection, planning, and aggressive execution.
Milestone has developed and implemented the Covid-19 Crisis-Recovery-Growth Strategy and wants to share this comprehensive plan with the hospitality community.
We have identified the five priority items marketers should complete in April, May, June, and July onward. This recovery plan lays out the steps to react, conserve, and then invest to ride the recovery as the country returns to a more normal economy.
  • Phased tactics within local, organic, social, and paid media
  • Recommendations for gathering customer insights, adjusting content, mobile and clickability
  • Email acquisition and engagement
  • Transition to omnichannel measurement
  • Offer packaging and scaling back up
Your Brand Culture & Leadership are Being Defined Right NOW
by Renie Cavallari brought to you by hotel-online.com

It is times like these that our leadership and the truth about our brand culture are defined. No more hiding behind pretty posters or fluffy pretending. Game on!

As Mark Cuban recently said: “How companies respond to coronavirus will define their brand for decades…”

We have all experienced challenging times in the past and what they all have in common is that people need leaders to shine the light so they feel confident that their leaders have a plan to lead the way forward. What we have learned with COVID is that people need each other now more than ever as social distancing has impacted our emotional connection. Humans are emotional beings and we need each other.

Two Critically Important Things To Do To Aid In The Covid-19 Recovery

Fill out business impacts survey: To ensure our industry has a voice in the recovery conversations at the state level, it’s important to quantify the impacts on travel businesses and their employees. Please spend 10 minutes filling out this survey.

Focus on social media: Keep your business and destination visible on social media. Visit California has developed tools to help, such as the #CATakeoutTuesday campaign. It’s customizable for your own destination — check out the toolkit here .
How to Help Your Community During the Coronavirus Crisis
Our guide to doing good will help you put your skills to use

By Scott Medintz and Laura Murphy

Millions of Americans are already doing the most important thing they can do to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19: social distancing

Hunkered down in our homes, however, many of us yearn to do more to help healthcare workers, struggling business owners and their employees, cultural institutions and performers, and, of course, friends and loved ones we can’t visit in person.

The good news: There’s no shortage of opportunities for each of us to help in substantial ways. “For those in a position to help, so many organizations are ready to put your energy or money to direct use,” says Tony Morain, communications director at Direct Relief, a group that delivers medical supplies during emergencies. “And there are others—arts organizations, local businesses—that aren’t as directly involved but are essential to our way of life. They all need help now.”

OnwardCA is an initiative of companies, foundations, and humans to get California workers displaced by COVID-19 essential life services and back to work as quickly as possible.
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One-stop resource for the people of California impacted
by job loss during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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