All Access Healthcare Series
2nd Annual Real Estate Summit
Spring Networking Reception
Fall Leadership Dinner
On November 5th, Westchester County business leaders and voters are going to have a choice. Proposal #1, which will authorize four new casinos in upstate New York, is going to bring more than $430 million a year to our state, and more than $6 million a year to Westchester County.
When the candidates for County Executive take the stage at tonight’s debate, they will talk about their plans for Westchester, but we want to hear about their vision. Westchester’s future is lost if all we get is more of the same. Good leaders set their sights high and work toward that end. Or to paraphrase the great philosopher Yogi Berra: if you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll never get there.
Here’s our wish list for creating a vision for Westchester. We hope that whoever wins the election will take it to heart and start working towards these goals.
Only two health insurance carriers in Westchester have opted to participate in New York’s SHOP (Small Business Health Option Program) exchange, and you’ve probably only heard of one of them...
Westchester businesses have until next Tuesday to give their employees a heads-up on the new healthcare exchanges. Whether you offer healthcare plans or not, under the Fair Labor Standards Act, employers are required to issue a Notice of Exchange and COBRA notice (where appropriate) to all employees by Oct. 1 and to every new employee hired after that date within 14 days of hire.