Merces to Sponsor 2013 NACHC National Farmworker Health Conference

Merces Consulting Group, Inc. will be a Sponsor of the 2013 National Association of Community Health Center’s (NACHC) National Farmworker Health Conferernce to be held in San Diego California May 8-10.  In addition to providing financial support for the conference, Merces will have an exhibit in the display area to provide participants with additional information about the firm and its services.

Ed Ura, Merces’ President and Senior Consultant, will be making a presentation to conference attendees on Wednesday afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 PM: Structuring Your Organization for Long Term Stability.  The presentation will cover a wide range of topics, including: organization structure and design; the critical role of job descriptions and performance management; building leadership and continuity within the management team; multi-level succession planning; and equitable and market competitive compensation.

Merces Consulting helps FQHC’s develop strategies to structure their organizations; implement compensation programs to attract, retain and motivate executives, providers and staff; and effectively communicate to employees.  Merces CEO compensation programs provide Boards with confidence that their approach will be transparent, defensible and appropriate in this time of additional disclosure and heightened scrutiny.

For more information, contact Ed Ura at ebura@mercesconsulting.com; information on the firm and its services is available at www.mercesconsulting.com.

About Edmund B. Ura

Edmund B. Ura, MAIR, JD, works with governing boards, executives and human resources staff to develop methodologies for ensuring fair and equitable compensation programs that support achievement of organizations' missions. Contact Ed at ebura@mercesconsulting.com.
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