2020 FSA Staffing Industry Summit
June 9-11, 2020 - Doubletree by Hilton at Seaworld, Orlando, FL
Networking, education and fun await you in Orlando at Doubletree by Hilton at Seaworld.
Greg Doersching is the award-winning Creator and Owner of Bullseye Mentor Training – one of the most comprehensive Recruiting Training programs in the country. He is also the President of the Griffin Search Group a National Search Firm focused on Direct Hire Management recruiting. He is an active recruiter who still runs a highly productive desk. Day to day he is in the trenches just like the rest of us.
For over 20 years Greg has been recognized as one of the most innovative voices in the recruiting industry. He is an International Trainer and has presented hundreds of workshops and Keynote Addresses for the National Association of Personnel Services, American Staffing Association and the Association of Canadian Search, Employment and Staffing Services, Fordyce Forum and numerous Regional, State, and Local groups. He is consistently rated as one of the top presenters for each conference and is the recipient of the NAPS Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the Recruiting Industry.
Brad Bialy is passionate about helping organizations develop and implement strategic digital marketing strategies to reach defined business goals. Brad has motivated and educated more than 2,000 staffing industry members through 30+ industry-specific conferences and webinar series. He has helped oversee the social media and content marketing strategy and comprehensive marketing execution of nearly 200 staffing and recruiting firms.
While at Haley Marketing Group, he has guided the strategy and delivery of multiple industry award-winning social media campaigns. Brad oversees and develops the comprehensive social media marketing campaign for Haley Marketing Group and manages the product development of Haley Marketing Group's Social Pro service, the award-winning social media marketing solution designed specifically for the staffing and recruiting industry.
With over 15 years of experience in tax credits and incentives, payroll and health insurance, Gregg has helped organizations understand the complexities of IRS rules and regulations to help them become more successful. As the Vice President of Business Development at First Capitol Consulting, he oversees business development and sales activities, always looking to find new and innovative practices to benefit his clients. He has been recognized as an expert in the deep complexities of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and how to help employers navigate the ACA to minimize their risk of being assessed financial penalties by the IRS. He also has a deep understanding of how to effectively respond to the IRS’s Letter 226J penalty notice, helping employers avoid significant penalties. The IRS already has assessed employers with more than $4.4 billion in penalties for failing to comply with the ACA in 2015 alone.
Gregg graduated Cum Laude from California State, Los Angeles, with a degree in Fire Administration & Technology. He is a trustee on the board of the Restaurant Industry Health and Welfare Trust Fund and a member of the California Restaurant Association. He is a Pro Visors member and has a Health and Life license.
First Capitol is a regulatory technology company unlocking the value of workforce data. First Capitol is powered by our proprietary data consolidation process and regulatory risk models. Our regulatory services include ACA Compliance, Pay Equity Auditing and Analytics, and Employment Tax Credits.
Diane provides strategic general counsel services to a wide array of private and public companies, both large and small, offering informed and experienced guidance on business and employment law issues that arise as a matter of operations. She has a particular focus on representing clients in the staffing industry. A former general counsel for a major public company in the staffing and funding industry, Diane is a seasoned practitioner who helps clients stay compliant with the ever-changing federal and state regulations governing the workplace, as well as the daily challenges facing business owners. Diane also provides consultative representation to businesses on a variety of transactions and employment related matters, including drafting and negotiating employment contracts, and mergers and acquisitions, licensing and other business models.
Diane works with clients in the staffing industry regarding various business issues, including preparing various client and employment agreements, including non compete, confidentiality, independent contractor and separation agreements affirmative action plans, employee policy handbooks and social media policies. She frequently represents management on matters related to the use of independent contractors and reductions in workforce as well as counsels employers on matters related to harassment and discrimination claims. She handles inquiries from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security and has represented clients before the EEOC, the NLRB, the Human Rights Commissions and various local arbitration associations.
Bob Thompson is a Vice President with World Wide Specialty Programs. Now with 22 years of Staffing Industry experience, Bob started as a principal in a marketing firm. His firm focused on market research and analysis of the staffing industry with World Wide and American International Group as two of his many insurance clients. Bob sold his firm in 2007 and joined World Wide as a Vice President to run their New Business, Broker Development Workers Compensation Divisions. He is an experienced manager whose skills range from marketing, research, analysis, sales, customer/broker relations to underwriting and loss control as well, co-authoring a Staffing Industry Rick Management Manual. Bob is from New York and has four grown children.
Managing Partner Amy Bingham puts over twenty years’ staffing industry sales leadership and sales training expertise to work for her clients to help them accelerate growth. Designing and implementing the right strategy, coaching high-potential leaders, and training sales and recruiting teams are the core competencies of Bingham Consulting. It is Amy’s arsenal of staffing industry best practices that her clients value most. Earlier in her career, working for a global firm provided the foundation for achieving excellence as one of seven elite performers. Today, continual research on emerging industry trends and sales process enhancements equip Amy to help her consulting clients differentiate and stay ahead of the competition. Committed to the long-term success of the staffing industry at large, Amy speaks at both national and state conferences, blogs, and writes for Staffing Industry Review magazine. In her spare time, Amy provides leadership coaching to the students of Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business and volunteers for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Orlando, Florida.