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Mitigating Rising Workers Compensation Claims – Nonprofit Panel Discussion (Winter 2014)

The Horton Group

Friday, February 14, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM (CST)

Orland Park, IL

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MITIGATING RISING
WORKERS COMPENSATION CLAIMS

Rising workers’ compensation premiums appear to be a cost of doing business in Illinois. Many agency leaders feel there is nothing they can do considering they already have comprehensive safety programs in place. While this seems to be the case for many, we’re asking whether it needs to be that way?

Join the two hour dialogue that will be investigating how peers are effectively driving down workers’ compensation costs. The panel will be comprised of executives from Aspire of Illinois, Clearbrook and Elim Christian Services. Horton’s internal claims and safety directors will be a part of the discussion as well.

 

Note: There is no charge to attend this forum, but seating is limited and registration is required. The event includes a continental breakfast.

   SPEAKERS
 
BILL LODEWYK | CEO, ELIM CHRISTIAN SERVICES
Bill Lodewyk is the president of Elim Christian Services, a school dedicated to providing educational, vocational and therapeutic programming for individuals with disabilities. Lodewyk works with over 400 employees daily to serve these children and adults on one of Elim’s two campuses or within one of the 20 Discovery Centers located within partnering Christian schools nationwide. Lodewyk graduated from Loyola University of Chicago with a Ph.D. in Philosophy.
LORRAINE MC CORMICK | VP- HUMAN RESOURCES, ASPIRE OF ILLINOIS
Lorraine McCormick is the Vice President of Human Resources and Team Building for Aspire of Illinois. This organization is a leader in services for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Aspire is one of the largest human service non-profits in the Chicago area, assisting over 1,000 children, adults and families each year. McCormick has worked for Aspire since September 2008, and helps to provide strategic and innovative guidance to the organization. McCormick has extensive experience in the sectors of human resources and employee services. McCormick has a B.S. in Industrial/Organization Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
KEVIN ANDERKO | DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES, CLEARBROOK
Kevin Anderko is the Director of Human Resources for Clearbrook. Clearbrook provides services, programs and support for Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other intellectual/developmental disabilities as well as their families. Annually, Clearbrook supports over 6,000 individuals as well as their families in 13 counties, in over 160 communities and 50 locations throughout Chicago and the suburbs. Clearbrook employs approximately 1,000 individuals. Kevin has been with Clearbrook for over ten years and has over 6 years of workers compensation experience. Kevin assisted Clearbrook in developing their Return to Work Program and manages all workers compensation claims. Kevin has a B.S. in Business/Marketing from Eastern Illinois University and has his Professional in Human Resources Certification.
GARY GLADER | PRESIDENT, NETWORK SAFETY, THE HORTON GROUP
Gary Glader is the president of Network Safety Consultants, providing comprehensive safety consulting services to industrial, construction, public entity and service operations since 1991. Glader is a Certified Safety Professional and has 30 years of experience in occupational safety. He is recognized nationwide as an industry expert and is involved in a number of profession and trade associations. Glader’s involvement with the National Demolition Association and OSHA has expanded safety curriculums and safety courses throughout the country. Glader has a B.S. in Occupational Safety as well as a B.S. in Business Administration from Illinois State University.
PENNY SOLSKI | DIRECTOR OF CLAIMS, THE HORTON GROUP

Penny Solski has served as the Director of Claim Services for The Horton Group since 2001. Her team of professionals works to save clients’ money when going through the claims review process, when miscalculations, fraud and other costly errors can be discovered. Saving clients tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars is a regular experience for Solski and her team. Solski works to make the claims process as effective and efficient as possible, so that companies can keep their employees working, happy and healthy.


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