Wednesday, June 24th, 1:00 PM
BB&T and SunTrust (now Truist) Present a Free Webinar: ”COVID-19 Update Call from a Healthcare Perspective
Join host Jim Pirouz, Head of Healthcare Investment Banking SunTrust Robinson Humphrey as he discusses the pandemic with Truist’s healthcare equity research team from several perspectives. Presenters and topics include:
- Sandy Balkin, Head of Data Strategy: What are the statistics telling us?
- Robyn Karnauskas, Lead Biotech Research Analyst: Latest with the science in pursuit of a vaccine and treatments
- Dave MacDonald, Research Analyst for Healthcare Services: State of the US healthcare system
- Sandy Draper, Healthcare Technology Research Analyst: Healthcare technology solutions and trajectory
- PPE, Elective surgeries and post-Covid-19 preparation
Thursday, June 25th, 12:00 PM
Chamber Back to Business Together Webinar: BACK TO BUSINESS: Building a Great Comeback Brand Story featuring HighRock Studios and hosted by Pieter Bickford
As restrictions ease and doors re-open, we’ll share marketing tips on how to re-evaluate, re-strategize, and reinforce your brand. Plus, hear from business owners and marketing specialists on what they learned during the shutdown and how it prepared them for the months ahead.
- Are your employees refusing to return to work? To Report an Employee’s Recall to Work or Job Refusal, here is information from Department of Labor – If an employee refuses a recall to work or an individual refuses an offer of work, you must notify the Division of Unemployment Insurance (DUI) within 15 days after the refusal in order for DUI to consider whether the refusal will affect the individual’s unemployment benefits. This notification may be sent via email to DLUI-DLLR@maryland.gov. Please include all of the following: date of offer, date of refusal, name and SSN of the individual, your company name and Maryland Unemployment Insurance employer account number.
- Help Us Continue On Our Path to Reopen Washington County –Please ensure your business and customers continue to follow the recommended CDC guidelines as we reopen businesses and other activities across Washington County. Wearing masks inside, social distancing, regular hand washing, and expanded cleaning is still a critical part of keeping infection rates low. By taking on these minor inconveniences, we can prevent a spike in infections which could force officials to slow down or event reverse the reopening process. The coronavirus has not gone away and we must stay vigilant until a vaccine is created. We all have a responsibility to do our part to help our economy reopen so that our many local businesses can survive and provide jobs for our citizens.