Upstate Chambers: Keeping Your Company Healthy and Wealthy

National Issues Brown Bag Series
(Chick Fil-A provided for $8)

Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Friday, February 1, 2008

University Center Meeting Room
225 Pleasantburg Drive (formerly McAlister Square)

Bring questions and get answers on how local businesses are tackling the health care challenge.

Moderator: U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis

A New Prescription:
Consumer Driven Health Plans: How they work, and why a local business prefers this market approach over traditional health insurance.

Annmarie Higgins
Director of Human Resources, Mitsubishi Polyester Film
Member Company, South Carolina Business Coalition on Health

Annmarie started working with Mitsubishi as a Chemical Engineer, worked in Organizational Effectiveness, and then in Human Resources, where she currently serves as the Director. She oversees Mistubishi’s innovative health care model, focusing on improving the health of employees, retirees and families through a Consumer Driven Healthcare Plan, while also saving millions of dollars in health care costs.

Do your Benefits Need a Check Up?
Employee Health Benefits: An international company’s plan for better employee health and lower costs.

Martin Storey
Director of Benefits, Michelin, North America
Member Company, South Carolina Business Coalition on Health

Mr. Storey manages benefit programs for over 80,000 employees, retirees, and dependents for Michelin North America. He also sits on the Board of Directors of the South Carolina Business Coalition on Health. In 2004, Martin Storey won much praise for his overhaul of Michelin North America’s benefit package. This package helped the company to attract younger workers, keep older workers satisfied, and save several million dollars.

Please RSVP to Michele Boyle at 864.239.3734 or by email at [email protected]

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