Lunch and Learn on health care benefits

Questions on providing your employees with health care benefits? The Aitkin Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free Lunch and Learn on Health Care Benefits in partnership with AFLAC and Experienced Insurance Advisors. The event will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at the 40 Club Restaurant.

Business owners and human resources professionals are invited to hear the Chair of the MNsure Consumer and Small Business Advisory Committee (CSEAC), Matthew Steffens, explain the ins and outs of providing employees with health care benefits in 2020. Steffens brings over 25 years of progressive experience in health, welfare and insurance education. In addition to serving as chair for CSEAC, he owns and consults for Experience Insurance Advisors in Hibbing.

“Regulations are always changing, and providing employees with the right health care benefits can be overwhelming,” said Taylor Erickson, Executive Director at the Aitkin Chamber. “We are happy to partner with Matthew so he can guide fellow chamber members and make it as simple as possible.”

The free Lunch and Learn will include a presentation by Steffens followed by a Q&A portion so attendees can ask questions specific to their business. Lunch will be provided during the presentation.

The Lunch and Learn will be held in the large meeting room at the 40 Club Restaurant in Aitkin. Check-in starts at 11 a.m. and the presentation will go from 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. with the Q&A to follow. RSVPs are required. Contact the Aitkin Area Chamber at 218-927-2316 or to register. The event is sponsored by Aflac and Experienced Insurance Advisors.

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