AultCare QuickConnect April Luncheon
Drug Free Work Place and Medical Marijuana
Join us for the AultCare QuickConnect Networking Luncheon on April 17 with Lorrie Goodnight, Business Consultant, Ohio BWC. Lorrie will discuss medical marijuana laws impact on the BWC including:
- Why do you need a DFWP?
- Sobering Statics
- What is a DFWP and benefits?
- Medical Marijuana
Entree of the Month: Chicken Parmesan, Penne Pasta and a side salad.
AultCare QuickConnect attendees can obtain business leads through enjoyable networking activities, hear a compelling speaker, meet new business contacts and enjoy a delicious meal. Plus, when you bring a door prize valued at $15 or more, you’ll receive 30 seconds at the microphone to promote your business.
As a BWC business consultant, Lorrie partners with the Akron and Ashland area Governor's Economic Development representative, local chambers of commerce and business associations to resolve issues affecting business expansion or retention. Her duties also include working with employers in Medina, Portage, Summit, Stark and Wayne counties to implement proven risk-management strategies through various cost-control programs.
Lorrie's background and experience are in personnel and benefits administration. She joined BWC in 1994 as a regional administrative manager, responsible for human resources, fiscal, claims, automation, and labor and real estate functions in the Northeast Region. Prior to joining BWC, Lorrie served as personnel manager for the Village of St. Edwards and had previous personnel management experience with a Texas construction company. Lorrie is a graduate of Kent State University with majors in both business administration and personnel management and industrial relations.
Lorrie and her husband, Michael, and their dog, Isabel, live Massillon. They have two grown daughters and six grandchildren. She is a member of the Massillon and McKinley Fraternal Order of Eagles.