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New Hire Orientation

Transcript: Corcoran Jennison Companies New Hire Orientation video from G2 Neil Video John Video Where do I fit? Ryan Video Customer Service Means: Being Polite and Professional Listening to Clients and Residents Being Proactive Susan Video saftey presentation Jay video $1,000 individual deductible $2,000 family deductible 100% coinsurance $25 PCP and Specialist co-pay for sick visits to the doctor’s office Preventative care visits covered at 100% Preventive care lab and x-ray covered at 100% Hospital stays covered at 100% after deductible Outpatient surgeries covered at 100% after deductible Emergency Room visits $150 co-pay Urgent Care visits $50 co-pay No physician referrals required Allows for both In and Out of Network Coverage $1,000 individual deductible $2,000 family deductible 100% coinsurance $25 PCP and Specialist co-pay for sick visits to the doctor’s office Preventative care visits covered at 100% Preventive care lab and x-ray covered at 100% Hospital stays covered at 100% after deductible Outpatient surgeries covered at 100% after deductible Emergency Room visits $150 co-pay Urgent Care visits $50 co-pay BlueCross BlueShield PPO Plan: Must work 32 hours per week to be eligible 30 day waiting period after hire date Additional 30 days to sign up after initial eligibility Total of 60 days after hire to sign up If you miss eligibility period, will not be able to sign up until open enrollment Computer System/ Network State and Local Protections Health Advocate Healthcare concierge service All employees, friends and family Completely free and confidential BlueCare Line 24/7 Nurse Hotline Must be a BCBS member Completely confidential Employee Assistance Program All employees Friends and Family Completely free and confidential i-enroller description Who we are Do not share assigned passwords; keep them in a secure location; When an employee departs notify IT via the IT Form, One-Site Support, Accounting and HR immediately to terminate access to data; All Personal Information transmitted electronically must be encrypted Compliance Laws Residential Property Benefits Eligibility Federal Protected Classes Personal Information = First and Last Name (first initial and last name)+ a)Social Security Number b) Driver’s License Number or State issued ID c) Financial account information, credit or debit card number with or without a password Michael Corcoran $50 deductible per person (maximum of 3 per family) Deductible is waived for preventive services $1,000 annual benefit maximum per person Visit any dental provider you wish Preventive services covered at 100% Cleanings covered once every 6 months Basic services covered at 80% Major services covered at 50% Orthodontia covered for dependent children Services covered at 50% Maximum lifetime benefit of $1,000 King's Lynne Apartments Pioneered Mixed Income Housing. Created Vibrant Communities. Values Culture of Respect. BlueCross BlueShield DentalBlue Importance Companies Development Disclosure of Confidential Information Summary Commercial Property Harbor Point Apartments Completed in 1990. Mixed Income Community. Resident Council with Ownership Voice. Model for Federal HOPE VI Housing Revitalization Program. Who We Are as Members of a Community Benefits Overview Who should I Contact? Who we are Welcome Provided at no cost to you Coverage is 2 times earnings Purchase life insurance for yourself, your spouse, and/or your dependents at low group rates Spousal insurance can only be elected if voluntary life is elected Spousal life is up to 50% of the elected voluntary life amount. Basic Life Refusal to Rent Discriminatory Pricing Discriminatory Advertising Prohibiting Access to Services Privacy and Confidentiality Benefits: Employee Resources Personal Information Benefits Members of a Community Only collect information you are authorized to do so and make sure you have a release from the customer, applicant, resident or consumer; Oral conversations about Personal Information should be in confidential areas; Avoid leaving out print outs, tenant files, faxes with personal data; Keep the data, shred and destroy it in accordance with any applicable Document Control Policies and Procedures; Keys for locked cabinets should be safeguarded; Exams covered once every 12 months for $25 co-pay Frames covered once every 24 months under $135 allowance subject to $25 co-pay Lenses covered once every 12 months for $25 co-pay Medically necessary contacts covered in full (in lieu of lenses and a frame) Covered in full under $105 allowance for elective contacts (in lieu of lenses and a frame) Out of network claims can be filed for reimbursements; however, your out of pocket expense may be much higher. America Park Housing Goals of this presentation: Safety Property Events CJ Well Community Service Management Benefits: Flexible Spending Account Vendors or third party service providers with access to personal info must have safeguards in place and sign a written certification that they have a

New Hire Orientation

Transcript: The Baton Rouge Clinic, AMC New Hire Orientation Welcome! Please sign in Make yourself comfortable Introductions Videos BREAK Paperwork Confidentiality agreement Code of conduct Red flag Rules Sexual Harrassment and Drug Free policy and procedures Disaster Manual HIPAA video BREAK Review of Test Videos (MRI, Back Safety,Cust Service) LUNCH TB Test/Video Policy Manual Needle stick prevention Code of Conduct VIDEOS Confidentiality Agreement HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability Act) What is Identity Theft? Medical identity theft occurs when someone uses a person’s name and sometimes other parts of their identity – such as insurance information – without the person’s knowledge or consent to obtain medical services or goods, or uses the person’s identity information to make false claims for medical services or goods. Medical identity theft frequently results in erroneous entries being put into existing medical records, and can involve the creation of fictitious medical records in the victim’s name. The FTC has recognized that health care providers are most likely to run into potential identity theft at the time a new account is created (that is, when we register a new patient). Schedule Copy in Binder We want to be the BEST! No patients=No employment! Copy in Binder Checking system within clinic Identity theft occurs when someone takes identifying information of another person and uses it to obtain goods and services that are charged to the other person. Data taken by identity thieves can include Social Security Numbers, account numbers and other personal information. Consumers are victimized by identity thieves because they have to spend time and incur out of pocket expenses to correct their personal information and repair their credit. Businesses are victimized by identity thieves because they cannot collect amounts owed for their goods and services

New Hire Orientation presentation

Transcript: Total's history began in the 1920s, with the creation of Compagnie Française des Pétroles (CFP). At the time we produced oil in the Middle East. Over the years we expanded internationally and diversified into refining, petroleum product marketing, and chemicals. After nearly 100 years of growth and development, we are now a leading global energy company, on the cutting edge of innovation. TOTAL GROUP TOTAL GROUP Overview Golden rules Total is a major energy player committed to supplying affordable energy to a growing population, addressing climate change and meeting new customer expectations. With operations in more than 130 countries, we are a top-tier international oil and gas company and a global leader in solar energy through our affiliate SunPower. We discover, produce, transform, market and distribute energy in a variety of forms, to serve the end customer. Demonstrating their commitment to better energy, our 100,000 employees help supply our customers worldwide with safer, cleaner, more efficient and more innovative products and services that are accessible to as many people as possible. Our ambition is to become the responsible energy major. 1 OUR ACTIVITIES/BRANCHES 1 OUR ACTIVITIES/BRANCHES 2. ORGANIZATION CHART 2. ORGANIZATION CHART 3_ SOLUTION 3_ OUR VALUES OUR VALUES 1. SAFETY 1. SAFETY Safety 2. RESPECT FOR EACH OTHER_ 2. RESPECT FOR EACH OTHER_ Respect FOR EACH OTHER 3. PERFORMANCE MINDED 3. PERFORMANCE MINDED Performance minded 4. Pioneer spirit 4. Pioneer spirit 5. Stand together 5. Stand together OUR LOCATIONS OUR LOCATIONS Overview Overview Total is a major energy player committed to supplying affordable energy to a growing population, addressing climate change and meeting new customer expectations. With operations in more than 130 countries, we are a top-tier international oil and gas company and a global leader in solar energy through our affiliate SunPower. We discover, produce, transform, market and distribute energy in a variety of forms, to serve the end customer. Demonstrating their commitment to better energy, our 100,000 employees help supply our customers worldwide with safer, cleaner, more efficient and more innovative products and services that are accessible to as many people as possible. Our ambition is to become the responsible energy major. 1 OUR ACTIVITIES/BRANCHES 1 OUR ACTIVITIES/BRANCHES 2. ORGANIZATION CHART 2. ORGANIZATION CHART 3_ SOLUTION 3_ Code of conduct Code of conduct Total is a major energy player committed to supplying affordable energy to a growing population, addressing climate change and meeting new customer expectations. With operations in more than 130 countries, we are a top-tier international oil and gas company and a global leader in solar energy through our affiliate SunPower. We discover, produce, transform, market and distribute energy in a variety of forms, to serve the end customer. Demonstrating their commitment to better energy, our 100,000 employees help supply our customers worldwide with safer, cleaner, more efficient and more innovative products and services that are accessible to as many people as possible. Our ambition is to become the responsible energy major. 1 OUR ACTIVITIES/BRANCHES 1 OUR ACTIVITIES/BRANCHES 2. ORGANIZATION CHART 2. ORGANIZATION CHART 3_ SOLUTION 3_ Code of conduct Ethic Code Total is a major energy player committed to supplying affordable energy to a growing population, addressing climate change and meeting new customer expectations. With operations in more than 130 countries, we are a top-tier international oil and gas company and a global leader in solar energy through our affiliate SunPower. We discover, produce, transform, market and distribute energy in a variety of forms, to serve the end customer. Demonstrating their commitment to better energy, our 100,000 employees help supply our customers worldwide with safer, cleaner, more efficient and more innovative products and services that are accessible to as many people as possible. Our ambition is to become the responsible energy major. 1 OUR ACTIVITIES/BRANCHES 1 OUR ACTIVITIES/BRANCHES 2. ORGANIZATION CHART 2. ORGANIZATION CHART 3_ SOLUTION 3_ Total Global Services Total Global Services TGS What we can do for you: TGFS x y TIMELINE Total Global Financial Services One Total One Total Golden Rules Golden Rules Code of Conduct Code of Conduct Ethic Code Ethic Code WINNING EXAMPLES Procesess 1. Induction schedule Induction Program Induction Program 1. Online trainings Benefits Benefits Referal programm Referal programm Survival Kit Survival Kit

New Hire Orientation Presentation

Transcript: Personnel Files The Office of Human Resources maintains employment files on all staff. These files include employment-related information including applications/resumes, employment references, job descriptions, performance evaluations, benefits enrollment information, wage and salary letters, Personnel Action Forms (PAFs), and supervisory recommendations, reprimands, and/or warning notices. These files are considered confidential. Employees have the right to review materials in their own personnel file and may do so by making arrangements with the Office of Human Resources. Code of Ethics for Information Technology at Colby College Information technology facilities (computer hardware, software, networks, data and other information, etc.) are made available at Colby as shared resources intended to support and facilitate the teaching, research, and administrative functions of the College. Students, faculty, staff, and authorized guests are encouraged to use these resources to their maximum benefit in these functions. Experimentation, exploration, and learning are promoted within common sense and legal constraints. Usefulness of the facilities depends upon the integrity of its users. These facilities may not be used in any manner prohibited by law or disallowed by licenses, contracts, or College regulations. Individuals are accountable for their own actions and all activity involving the accounts for which they have responsibility or a complete outline of this code of ethics, please visit page 49 of our Staff Handbook. Library Privileges Your college ID serves as a library card for our three libraries: Miller, Bixler, and Olin. The Libraries’ collections include more than: 900,000 items 300 electronic indexes 12,700 sound recordings 12,000 videos 515 currently received print journals 750,000 electronic books 61,500 electronic journals Government documents Domestic & International daily newspapers Colby Card Identification cards are issued to faculty and domestic partners by the Colby Card Office in Garrison - Foster. Identification photos are taken in the Colby Card Office. These cards serve as identification for admission to home athletic events, for use of athletic facilities, in the library or bookstore, and at any other time or place in which it would be useful to establish official association with the College. There is a lost or damaged card fee of $20. Cards will be replaced at no charge if they fail for no apparent reason or if the card is excessively worn. Any problems or questions regarding your ColbyCard should be directed to the ColbyCard Staff on the lower level of the Garrison-Foster building at the Office of Financial Services. Colby Code of Conduct Colby College is committed to operating lawfully. In addition, we value ethical behavior, individual responsibility, and integrity. All employees are expected to behave responsibly and comply with applicable laws and regulations. If you encounter or become aware of work-related behavior that is unlawful, you should alert any of the following people: your supervisor or department head, any member of Human Resources, the Director of Equal Employment Opportunity/Title IX Coordinator, the Controller, any officer of the College, any member of the Audit Subcommittee of the Budget and Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees. If you are unsure how to make contact, please contact Human Resources or the Office of the President for instructions. You may alert any of these people anonymously. Retaliation against a staff or faculty member who makes a good faith effort to disclose perceived wrongdoing is prohibited. The College will make every appropriate effort to redress violations of this Code. While “whistle blowing” should not be an outlet for vindictive or malicious charges that have no basis in fact, the College always wants to know if an employee feels she/he is being subjected to illegal treatment; or required to engage in any illegal activity; or is aware of any illegal practice. This can be found on page 26 of the Colby College Staff Handbook. This orientation is designed to familiarize you with Colby College and the policies and procedures that will make your transition a successful one. We are pleased to welcome you to the Colby community and wish you much success in your new position. Mark Crosby Director of Human Resources Welcome to Colby College! Fun Facts about Working at Colby: Colby has a ski day and a golf day at Sugarloaf every year. Season tickets to Sugarloaf are available to staff at student rates. Ask Karen Ledger (krledger@colby.edu) for more information. Colby offers an annual dinner-dance in the gym for all faculty and staff on the third weekend in December. Spouses/partners are invited, and it's free. The President also usually holds a holiday open house for faculty and staff and their families in his home. Colby athletic events (except some tournaments) and the Music at Colby series are free and open to all. Theater performances

New Hire Orientation presentation

Transcript: Zoom and Groom Receptionist Training History History This is Lana Tanner, owner and founder of Zoom and Groom, she has made the biggest decision of her life! She has decided to open her own dog walking and grooming service! She has always loved dogs. She has a dog of her own and has found that it is difficult to give it the exercise it needs while she is away at work. And who has time for grooming? Lana Tanner Owner & Founder hello Mission Statement Mission Statement Our company mission is to be a contributing Chicagoland business member providing quality dog walking and grooming services to assure peace of mind to our clients. Services Offered Services Offered Dog Walking Dog Walking Zoom and Groom offers dog walking services seven days a week from 6:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. for homes located within five miles for a fee of $15.00 per home visit. Dog walking services include a 30 minute walk, checking the dog’s food and water supply, and reporting each visit to the dog’s owner. Dog Grooming Dog Grooming Dog grooming services are offered Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Grooming services include brushing and cutting the fur ($10.00), clipping nails ($5.00), cleaning ears ($2.00), bathing and drying ($10.00) and finally styling the fur ($3.00). Location Zoom and Groom is located at 4444 N. Ashland Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. Location Job Description Job Description Receptionists are responsible for greeting clients as soon as they arrive and connect them with the appropriate party, answering the phone in a timely manner and directing calls to the correct person; creating and managing both digital and hardcopy filing systems for all clients; preparing bills and taking payments; answering questions about the services Zoom and Groom offers; and scheduling and confirming appointments. Salaries Salaries Dog Walkers Salary Dog Walkers Dog walkers earn $12 per home visit. They are part time employees who are eligible for health insurance benefits at a low monthly cost, paid holidays, and one week vacation after one year of employment. Dog Groomers Salary Dog Groomers Dog groomers will earn $22 per dog for full service grooming. They are part time employees who are eligible for health insurance benefits at a low monthly cost, paid holidays, and one week vacation after one year of employment. Receptionist Salary Receptionist Receptionists earn $13.00 per hour.They are full time employees who are eligible for health insurance benefits at no cost, paid holidays, and one week vacation after one year of employment. Managers Salary Managers Office managers earn $31.25 per hour. They are full time employees who are eligible for health insurance benefits at no cost, paid holidays, and one week vacation after one year of employment.

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