The RTP CFO Forum will hold its next monthly meeting on Thursday, May 21, 2020
The RTP CFO Forum will hold
its next monthly meeting on Thursday, May 21, 2020
The Forum provides a peer-to-peer
networking opportunity for approximately 250 CFOs and similar senior financial
executives to learn practical solutions to the challenges they face.
Please RSVP to Jessica Smith
by Wednesday, May 20, at 919.232.5991 or email email@example.com
**PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS MONTH’S MEETING
IS AN ONLINE WEBINAR**
8:00 a.m. – 9:30
Meeting Location: Online Webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1772494514520555536 (PLEASE NOTE: By clicking on this link and
registering, you are accepting HUB international’s invitation to attend their
Webinar and agree to provide your email information for registration)
Your Employees in a COVID-19 Environment
Objective: The Speaker will discuss the new rules and best course of action on
how to reopen the local communities and businesses with the health and safety
of employees kept in mind.
Cherveny, Senior Vice President, Strategic Client Solutions and Chief
Compliance Officer, Employee Benefits Southeast, HUB International Southeast
keeping us home but we are still meeting… Online. Join us for our first monthly meeting via
Webinar hosted by HUB. Please see the link above for registration.
many of the Southern states begin to reopen their local communities, the
questions about how to do so safely is top of mind for our clients and
prospects. Returning to work in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis presents employers
with unprecedented workplace and employee relations challenges. HUB
International has put together a number of critical components that employers
need to compose their return to work strategy, and we will be hosting on the
topic of returning to work.
our HUB Risk Services expert who will review the return work considerations and
challenges regarding the Health and Safety of Employees – Recently the EEOC has
issued expanded guidance regarding an employer’s ability to pre-screen
employees and candidates for COVID-19 – we will review the new rules along with
other employee relations concerns including harassment and discrimination in
Carrie Cherveny is the
Senior Vice President of Strategic Client Solutions in HUB’s Risk Services Division.
Carrie has 20 years of combined experience in employee relations working on the
management side providing human resources, employment law, and employee
benefits legal guidance. Carrie works closely with clients to identify
compliance risks across the organization and develop responsive strategies and
solutions that ensure compliance and further the overall organization goals.
Part of Carrie’s focus is risk mitigation when it comes to various insurances
such as health and welfare programs and employment practices liability. Carrie partners with the HUB clients in
various industries such as hospitality/restaurant, medical/hospitals,
manufacturing, and white-collar businesses to identify various organizational
risks and develop responsive strategic solutions.
Carrie B. Cherveny, Esq.
also serves as the Chief Compliance Officer for the Southeast Region of HUB
International, supporting the organization’s Employee Benefits Division. In
this role, Carrie was responsible for providing compliance and consulting
services regarding general health plans, ACA, ERISA, and other legal matters
involving employee benefit programs.
Most recently, Carrie was
General Counsel and Vice President for a national PEO designing and developing
client compliance strategies and solutions.
Carrie oversaw both the legal and human resources teams working closely
with clients addressing employee relations issues and resolving client
While working previously
as a Partner in a West Palm Beach Employment Law firm, Carrie focused her
practice in the area of employment litigation and employee relations in both
state and federal courts. She has
represented private sector employers in litigation under Title VII, the ADA,
the ADEA, the FLSA, the FMLA, the Florida Civil Rights Act, and the Florida
Whistleblowers’ Acts. Carrie has
extensive experience counseling employers in EPLI claim prevention, employee
discipline and termination, and employment discrimination and harassment.
the RTP CFO Forum:
RTP CFO Forum serves approximately 250 CFOs and similar senior financial
executives in the greater Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill region. The Forum
provides interactive networking and discussion of technical and strategic
topics in a secure environment created exclusively for senior-level peers,
sparking new ideas and practical solutions to pressing issues. The combination
of relevant speakers and topics with opportunities to build professional
networks enables its members to grow and thrive. CPE is provided on
select topics. To learn more, visit http://www.rtpcfos.com/.
note that the RTP CFO Forum is typically scheduled for the third Thursday of
every month from 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Attendance is limited to CFOs or senior
financial professionals in similar positions.
RTP CFO Forum is sponsored by Hughes Pittman & Gupton, LLP.
For more information, please contact us.
(Thursday) 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Hughes Pittman & Gupton, LLP