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    NNMHRA June 11, 2019 Dinner Meeting

    Date: June 11, 2019, 5:30pm – 8:00pm
    Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Hotel
    100 Sandoval Street
    Santa Fe, NM 87501
    Members: $35 Non-Members: $40 Walk-Ins or late registration: $40 SHRM NM Student Members(Full time students): $15
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    Dinner Meeting
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    - Wellness Incentives -
    The Good, The Bad and The Compliant

    Presentation Summary

     “Motivation gets you started, habits keep you going."

    How do you know what will motivate employees to take personal responsibility for their health, and proactively engage in, and appreciate, the programs you offer to help them reach their goals?  In this session we’ll talk about what gets people motivated (hint, it’s not what you think!), and how to structure (and tax!) incentives so that they’re in compliance with healthcare rules and regulations.


    Michelle Clark

    As Senior Vice President of HUB’s Health and Performance Practice, Michelle leads a team of Consultants who direct the corporate wellbeing strategies, programs and solutions for middle market employers. Additionally, she contributes to the identification, creation and development of new wellbeing solutions for the HUB Health & Performance Practice, and has presented at events such as the Twin Cities Human Resources Association, Employee Benefits News conference, Executives Club of Chicago, and the International Airline Convention.
    Michelle brings over 20 years of experience in the benefits and wellness industry. Prior to joining Hub International, Michelle was with USI Insurance Services, a leading national insurance brokerage firm. Within her role as a benefits consultant at USI, she assisted mid-market employers with the design and implementation of innovative and cost-effective benefits strategies focused on encouraging a healthier, more productive workforce. Prior to USI Michelle was an Account Executive for Engagement Health, a specialized wellness vendor based in Chicago, IL, and spent 7 years as a District Sales Coordinator for AFLAC.
    She strives to help employers transform their wellness programs into WELLBEING initiatives – to drive both organizational health and the individual performance of employees. She believes wellbeing starts with the employer’s corporate culture as a way to attract and engage a workforce dedicated to personal health and high performance.


    Cory Jorbin

    Cory is the Chief Compliance Officer for the West Region Employee Benefits team. Cory consults with employers of all sizes to design, implement and ensure the compliance of employee benefit plans with the Affordable Care Act, ERISA, Internal Revenue Code, HIPAA, COBRA, FMLA, ADA and related matters. He actively presents nationwide on related topics before employer groups and professional associations. Cory uses his experience to assist clients with employee benefits issues that arise in connection with mergers, acquisitions, and other corporate transactions. Cory enjoys finding creative and practical solutions to problems created by complex laws and regulations. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from DePaul University and a Juris Doctorate from Cleveland State University. Cory is a licensed attorney in the State of Illinois and is admitted to practice before the US Tax Court.




    Amy Miszko
    North Central Outreach Specialist


    New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force, NMBTF

    The mission of NMBTF is to create supportive environments in which breastfeeding is the cultural norm. We can help your business establish a successful lactation program by providing:

    • Sample Policies • Printable Handouts

    • Links to the Law • Technical Assistance




    This event has been Pre-Approved for SHRM PDCs and HRCI Credit Hours


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    You must register by 11:00 AM the Friday before the event. You may pay at the door or through our PayPal site below. (You will be able to pay through the Registration Form, as well.) 

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    NNMHRA offers a hardship scholarship for members who need financial assistance to attend our monthly meeting. Members are welcome to confidentially request a free registration to an upcoming monthly meeting at


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