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EXPLORE: Past Webinar Content

Events & Programs , Local Stories , Chamber Updates
April 09 2020
(updated on 5/13)

We look to offer a variety of webinars during this time to help businesses navigate an assortment of challenges. From employee financial wellness to County preparedness, listen to past webinars below!

Organized oldest to newest. For newest, most recent past webinars scroll to end.

Ask An Attorney Webinar PART 1:
This webinar featured representatives from APPEL & YOST and Blakinger Thomas to provide discussion on high-level issues regarding the Coronavirus along with the legal (and practical) challenges associated with continuing to run a business during the virus threat. 

Business Insurance Considerations During COVID-19 Webinar
This webinar covered issues including: Business Interruption Coverage, General Liability, Workers Compensation, OSHA Recording. 

Ask An Attorney Webinar: Part 2
This webinar is specifically targeted to cover legislative changes that have taken place over the course of the weeks and what businesses need to know. 
Coronavirus And It's Legislative Impacts Webinar
Getting the facts about Corona Virus, or Covid -19, and its impact on your company is a business imperative. Although the news is dominated with stories about what businesses must do, it can be overwhelming. It featured Eric Athey, Co-Chair of the Labor and Employment Practice Group at McNees Wallace and Nurick LLP, and his colleagues, Renee Lieux and Ursula Siverling address these pressing topics and provide you with the information you need to avoid compliance pitfalls while also addressing the needs of both your business and your workforce 

Remote Work Series: Cybersecurity at Home
In the last 3 weeks, some of our Lancaster County business community moved our workforce to remote working due to the COVID19 pandemic. Now that you are doing business from multiple locations, you need to be sure your information is safe. 
Ask The Accountant Webinar
The webinar focused on accounting, payroll and cash flow related topics. The panelists covered changes to: individual tax, employer payroll tax, corporate tax, employer retention credit, delay of tax payments and cash flow strategies. The panelists covered these topics, followed by time for a moderated Q&A.
County Emergency Preparedness & Enforcement Webinar
This webinar provided an overview on what has happened to date and how the County is preparing for moving forward. Topics covered included the Updated Guidance and Order, PPE Planning, Emergency Orders, Emergency Resources, and Enforcement of "Stay at Home".
Value Add & Cost Savings Programs from the Lancaster Chamber Webinar
In the last 3 weeks, some of our Lancaster County business community moved our From insurance savings to energy discounts, Chamber Members receive a curated list of value programs that saves businesses and organizations a lot of money. This greatly helps the bottom line of a business. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we wanted to provide a free webinar about these value and cost savings programs that gives a preview of each along with a Q&A time.
Boost Your Income With Online Sales
Learn how local businesses can increase revenue by selling products and services online. Amazon’s self-service platform can help every business boost sales and reach more customers. Listen to the discussion regarding ‘thinking outside the box’ to create a strategy to help build multiple streams of income for your business.
Leading Through Uncertainty Webinar
Join Kedren from Work Wisdom to learn how to enhance your ability to Lead Through Crisis. In addition to these processes which improve your leadership during uncertainty, you will also explore the leadership mindset of preparing for recovery, as opposed to managing the crisis. Chamber President & CEO Tom Baldrige also provided input and insight. 

US Chamber CARES Act & More 
Join Kevin Curtois, from the US Chamber, to get valuable updates and information on the CARES act for all businesses - small, midsize, large as well as self-employed individuals and non-profits. In addition, he provided insights into what is being discussed and debated for the next round of aid.
How To Market Your Business To Survive The Coronavirus
Small businesses are being hit hard right now, and your top priority is figuring out how to preserve revenue and survive through this pandemic.

The Coronavirus The Impact It Has On Our Mental Health
Join us for this important event on how to cope with stress during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn to recognize the impact of the virus on your mental health and the health of your workforce. Also learn some important coping strategies.
Caring For Employees Financial Wellness
In this session, we will explore the positive impact Workplace Financial Wellness can have in helping employees find greater success and confidence in managing their finances, despite today’s uncertainties.
Communication/Marketing in a Time of Crisis
Recently, we offered a Communications and Marketing virtual discussion on how to communicate and market during this challenging time of crisis. It was specifically for nonprofits, but can be applied to a variety of forprofit companies as well. 

Workplace Considerations & Compliance
This webinar featured Steve Matzura and Austin Wolfe of McNees Wallace & Nurick as they discussed workplace safety measures, employer mandates related to building safety, cleaning measures and employee requirements, and OSHA guidance and compliance.

Beyond PPP: Loan Forgiveness & Cash Flow Strategies
In this session, you’ll hear from Ryan Hurst and Bethany Novis, partners in RKL’s Consulting Services Group, who will provide insights and strategies into putting your company in the best possible position for loan forgiveness amid current ambiguity and making informed business decisions around your workforce, revenue planning and operating expenses to protect your company’s short and long-term success.

Workplace Considerations: Practical Strategies for your Workplace and Workforce
Join three business community professionals as they share what they are currently experiencing in their workplaces and how they plan to move their companies & organizations forward. Learn more about change management, how to create new norms, develop effective communication strategies, tips & tricks for outfitting your space and workforce and how to navigate new realities and challenges of the workplace in alignment with CDC and State guidelines as Pennsylvania prepares to reopen.
Maintaining A Compliant Workplace & Workforce Under COVID-19 Restrictions
This webinar will cover concerns companies and employees may have as states reopen, specifically about safety and working conditions. This webinar will cover steps employers are taking to comply with the Governor's orders and the implications to the workplace and workforce. It will specifically address: 1) what do employers need to do to maintain a safe working environment; 2) what are the OSHA, whistleblower, and workers' compensation considerations; and 3) what are the employees rights from a non-union and union perspective (e.g. protected concerted activity)

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