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HR Challenges in the Healthcare Industry

Saturday, June 8, 2019 @10am

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Guest Host:

Tawny Alvarez
Partner
Verrill Dana

Tawny is a partner in Verrill Dana’s labor and employment practice group.  She believes that a company’s culture defines its business and prides herself on assisting clients comply with the law, while simultaneously creating an amazing place to work.

Tawny centers her practice on the understanding that the employment landscape is ever-changing and that many organizations do not have the time or resources to keep abreast of all of these changes—from medical (and recreational) marijuana’s effect on drug testing, to the effect of social networking in the workplace and mobile devices’ effect on wage and hour issues. In this evolving landscape, she recognizes that for companies to remain profitable and successful they must be proactive, as opposed to reactive, to these employment issues.

Guest:

Sandy Verge
Sr. VP of Human Resources
North Country Associates

HR Challenges in the Healthcare Industry –

Sandy Verge, Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Customer Relations, serves in a central role providing Human Resources consultation services to all North Country Associates’ facilities. She received her degree from the University of Maine and has an extensive background in managing Human Resource policies and programs in the healthcare setting.

Having worked in the long term care setting for more than two decades, Sandy coordinates and oversees all aspects of Human Resources, insuring compliance with federal and state regulations as they pertain to employment.

As a member of the Senior Management Team, Sandy serves as a valuable resource to facility staff. The outcome is the successful merging of operational goals and human resources demands – resulting in quality healthcare delivery.