As Pennsylvania businesses re-open in the COVID-19 pandemic era, the PA Chamber is working to ensure that employers have access to resources that will help them keep their workers and customers safe, and their doors open. These upcoming events will address how the business community can navigate some of the most pressing issues that have arisen during this challenging time.
Equality of Opportunity Conference – Implementing a Sustainable Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Strategy in Your Business
July 15, 2021 | 7 a.m. – noon | $99 Member/$99 Non-Member
Aligning your diversity, equality, and inclusion (DEI) policy with your business goals and leadership strategy is key for success. Embedding DEI as a core business function gives you a competitive edge by ensuring your workplace culture drives engagement, productivity, and innovation. This program is designed to provide key actionable take-aways, including practicable information to begin, enhance, or modify your current DEI strategy.
Managing What’s Next: Key Considerations on the Return to the Workplace and Vaccine Landscape for Employers
May 4, 2021 | 11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. | $0 Member/$0 Non-Member
With universal COVID-19 vaccine eligibility across the Commonwealth, Pennsylvania employers must tackle new legal and labor challenges as employees return to the physical workplace.
Presented in partnership with K&L Gates, this free program is designed to empower Pennsylvania employers with the resources needed to develop and administer workplace guidelines that balance business continuity with employee safety and privacy.
COVID-19 Relief Bill: What PA Businesses Need to Know About the Latest Round of PPP
Available On-Demand Now
Gain key insight from Neil Bradley, EVP and Chief Policy Officer at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on the latest round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, including important changes to guidelines, eligibility, the loan forgiveness process, the tax treatment of PPP loans, and more.
This one-hour webinar was presented as a FREE resource for Pennsylvania’s business community at large – including PA Chamber members and non-members – as part of the “Bringing PA Back” initiative.