The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) has been signed into law. What does this mean for employers and businesses? Watch our attorney-led briefing to get the facts on what you need to know.
Do you have questions about COVID-19 and how it affects your business? This webinar covers Workers Compensation & Employment Law, Risk Management Concerns and Construction Industry Questions.
An overview of federal, state and local reopening requirements and recommendations, accommodating disabilities and employee fears, and responding to complaints about workplace safety.
This webinar focuses on OSHA-recommended steps that all employers can take to reduce workers risk of exposure.
While employers realize that cyber-attacks are happening, many don’t understand what coverage is available and the true impact that a claim could have on their company. In this webinar we discuss coverage options, market updates and examples of claims we have worked with.
Learn more about the updates with the Paycheck Protection Program as well as some likely changes with the COVID-19 legislation and some areas to watch within healthcare.
Join us and host Sam Rikkers, as he walks us through the relief and recovery resources created with input from national and state health and industry experts. We will also learn more about the “We’re All In Small Business Grant Program” and how to apply.
During this webinar, we will provide information on the general categories for environmental compliance, what information is needed to evaluate the current status of your facility and what may need to be prepared / completed to ensure compliance.
This two-part webinar covers the Basics of Workers' Compensation, the Experience Modification Factor, Cost Drivers, Experience Modification Management, Employee Hiring and Management and the review of a few test cases to help guide your understanding.
In this presentation, Lynell Meeth, Director, HR and Content Strategy at MRA – The Management Association, is going to help us look at the motivations for driving change, understand how diversity outreach is good for our workforce, our business, and our communities, and learn how to start or sustain diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Effective succession planning is key for businesses both large and small. It is a critical but often overlooked process, and something you need for your business to continue running smoothly. In this seminar, we will discuss the importance of succession planning and give you the tools you need to implement a new or improve an existing plan.