Why should employers care about being labeled a Large or Small Employer? The Health Care Reform imposes two key compliance obligations on Large Employers. These obligations are commonly referred as the “Play or Pay Mandate.”
What does “collective Impact” mean to you? Picture this: a line of big yellow school buses pulling up to the front doors of your local Target. Lines of bright-eyed elementary school children file out, a little apprehensive, but excited. Some of the children are wearing clothes that are a little tattered, or too small, or too big. They step inside to see a crowd of adults, most light up to see the local police officers and firemen; they are volunteers there to help the students shop. They are there to shop, for new school clothes. This is what “Bonita’s Children” is all about.
Does this sound convincing?
If you buy a policy for your child today, you can provide him or her with a “financial head start.” Not only are the rates cheap, but you can guarantee your child’s future insurability, no matter what illness may strike later.
If he or she grows up to be healthy and strong, you haven’t thrown any money away. Provided you bought a whole life policy, your adult child can tap into the cash value in the future.
With summer fast approaching many of us will be soaking up the sun whether it is swimming, sun bathing, bike riding, hiking or just a backyard gathering. As much as most of us love the sun, warm temperatures and water in the summer months; sun exposure can be very damaging to our hair. Heat and humidity may result in dry, split, brittle and/or frizzy hair. There are many simple and easy ways to help keep hair healthy and hydrated. Here are a few things you can do to prevent hair damage during the summer season.
The second Wednesday of every month a group of approximately 15 women get together to meet, network and talk in Monrovia, CA. The ladies laugh, chat up, maybe have a drink and talk about what you ask? The answer is construction! The National Association of Women in Construction, “NAWIC” for short, is an association that supports and promotes well, women in the field of construction. Member careers range from an Insurance Agent that specializes in insuring contractors, like RDS’ own Maria Foye, to an attorney that specializes in construction law, designers, even an OSHA Safety Specialist.