Tuesday, May 19, 10:30-11:00 a.m.
MD Chamber Webinar | COVID-19: A Conversation with Maryland Secretary of Commerce Kelly Schulz
Please join us for a conversation with Maryland Secretary of Commerce Kelly Schulz. She will discuss the Department’s ongoing COVID-19 response, including the work of the industry-specific advisory groups, their recommendations and next steps in the Roadmap to Recovery.
Tuesday, May 19, 2:00 p.m.
Affordable Ways to Find New Customers – Hosted by Verizon Small Business Webinar Series
Attracting customers doesn’t have to be expensive. Small business expert Steve Strauss talks with host Julie Hyman to share easy, affordable ways you can find new customers, even in these challenging times. Host: Verizon Small Business Webinar Series
Wednesday, May 20, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
FREE SBDC WEBINAR: New Employee Policies in the COVID-19 World! – Presented by Matthew Johnston, Esquire
As the plans for reopening the economy begin to be implemented, employees are eligible for additional protections. Every employer will have to start to address the new Employee Handbook policies that will need to be created, communicated to employees, and explained to employees. Among the policies we will discuss in this webinar are policies about Families First Coronavirus Response Act, Paid Sick Leave, and Emergency Family Medical Leave Act (EFMLA), teleworking policies, Employee PPE and Social Distancing Policies, and OSHA standards for COVID-19.
Wednesday, May 20th, 12:00 p.m.
Like every NFIB Weekly Webinar Briefing, this week’s event will deliver valuable insights and practical advice from Holly and Beth on things small businesses need to consider to move forward in a Covid-19 world.
Holly, Beth, and Colin will also take time to answer your questions live during Q&A. You can submit questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, May 20th, 2:00 p.m.
CRITICAL GUIDANCE FOR NONPROFITS – Navigating Uncharted Waters During a Period of Hyper-Change Impact on Financial Health and Continuity – Hosted by the Washington Co. Chamber of Commerce (FREE for both Chamber members and non-members)
We are all faced with the challenge of responding to “hyper change”. This webinar, featuring A. Michael Gellman, CPA, CGMA, Founding Principal/Shareholder of Fiscal Strategies 4 Nonprofits, LLC – FS4N and Sustainability Education 4 Nonprofits – SE4N, will provide fiscal and financial strategies and guidance for nonprofit leaders and their organizations during this time of uncertainty.
- When and how you should protect your organization’s assets?
- How best to position financial resource utilization during a hyper change period until “true” recovery begins.
We will begin by exploring a framework for a thoughtful approach that favors using a financial bias of protecting the financial position of a nonprofit organization when considering key management decisions that must be made during a period of disruption, uncertainty and hyper-change.
We will discuss how to evaluate organizational financial health and the implications of an unpredictable crisis and the resulting economic downward pressure on funding and the increased use of operating reserves and the changing demand for services and programs all of which could lead to rapidly growing deficits.
Thursday, May 21st, 12:00 p.m.
FREE WEBINAR hosted by ThinkHR: “Returning to Work: Post COVID-19 Workplace Health & Safety
As businesses prepare to reopen offices and workplaces, ThinkHR is getting thousands of questions regarding the responsibility to provide safe and healthy working environments.
Join us for our upcoming webinar as Kara Govro, Senior Legal Editor, discusses what employers can do to prepare their workplaces for the return of employees. During this 60-minute informational webinar, Kara will also explore infectious disease control strategies for specific business profiles (size, industry, setting). Can’t make the webinar? Register and we’ll send you a recording.