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Out + About: February 12

The Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce, Kutztown, recently conducted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Integrity Services & Solutions, 3 Park Plaza, Wyomissing. Diane (Shepler) Klinger, Integrity president, holds the scissors, with Todd Klinger, vice president, behind her. They are surrounded by Integrity Staff and NBCC members. Integrity is in its third year of chamber membership.

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Promotions, new hires and board appointments for Jan. 29

Good Life Financial Advisors Cumru Township-based Good Life Financial Advisors has hired Mick McGill. McGill of Reading was previously a financial adviser with Morgan Stanley. His career started in the Marine Corps in 1976. He went on to study electrical engineering and technical management, and spent several years working within that industry. After graduating with a master's degree in business administration, McGill became a financial adviser in 2011.

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Integrity Services and Solutions' new location a stepping stone to greater accessibility

Integrity Services and Solutions LLC has relocated to Wyomissing, saying it wants an increased ability to serve clients and the community.

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INTEGRITY SERVICES & SOLUTIONS, LLC NEW LOCATION,NEW LOGO, SAME EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE

Integrity Services and Solutions, LLC, an independent insurance agency established in 2004, moved from Leesport to 3 Park Plaza in Wyomissing. The agency specializes in employee benefits, human resource services and individual insurance, and is owned by Diane and Todd Klinger.

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THINKING ABOUT OWNING OR GROWING A BUSINESS?

Owning or growing a business is certainly challenging. The level of responsibility on the business owneris tremendous,increasingas the business grows. Availability and accessibility are key and absolute critical elements in growth. Hiring employees to help diffuse the pressure by means of delegation brings on its own new set of challenges and difficulties.

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PROCESSING WORKPLACE INCIDENTS

In the last article, we reviewed Workers’ Compensation file basics. in this article, we are looking at processing workplace incidents. Workplace incidents include workplace accidents and “close-calls.”

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WORKERS’ COMPENSATION FILE BASICS

In the last two articles, we reviewed Personnel and Medical file basics including what should and should not be in these files, where and how they should be stored and who has access to them. Medical documents, including documents about workers’ compensation, should not be kept in the personnel file. Instead, a separate filing system to manage the workers’ compensation process and materials should be set up and maintained.

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EMPLOYEE PERSONNEL FILE BASICS PART II: STORAGE AND ACCESS

In the previous article, we reviewed the basics of employee personnel files – what should and should not be filed in the personnel files. Items such as W4’s, performance appraisals, applications and resumes are all to be maintained within the employee personnel file. Any document of a medical nature should not be contained in the employee personnel file. Rather, a separate employee medical file should be created to hold items such as doctor certificates, disability related documentation, and completed Family Medical Leave forms.

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