In today’s society, discussions about politics, race, and religion will inevitably enter the workplace. How can employers maintain order and respect in the workplace in the face of free speech?
Join Beverly Alfon and Heather Bailey on Wednesday, August 19 at Noon CT as they discuss what employers should be aware of when responding or reacting to these topics in the workplace, how to identify conduct that is severe enough to trigger lawful discipline, and what legal parameters are at play.
These are challenging times and many business owners are wondering whether they will have the cash flow to sustain their businesses.
Join Eric Fogel, Mike Cortina, and Bill Hackney for a 90-minute webcast on Wednesday, June 17th from noon – 1:30 PM CT, designed to answer questions for business owners who are contemplating the “what if“ scenarios of bankruptcy, restructuring, assignments for the benefit of creditors, and how to deal with looming bank debt and landlord issues.
Attendees will learn:
If you are experiencing financial distress, what you need to do right now.
My landlord is pressing me for back rent, what do I do now?
My bank is pressing me for repayment, new personal guarantees, forbearance agreements, what do I do now?
What are alternatives to bankruptcy, such as assignment for the benefit of creditors?
The fundamentals of the bankruptcy process and whether it is right for your business.
You CAN manage risk in senior living facilities during these trying times but understanding and following procedures is more critical now than ever to protect vulnerable residents and employees. In this recorded webcast, SmithAmundsen attorneys Betsy Ballek, Suzannah Overholtand Jennifer Stuartdiscuss how to most effectively ensure that the safety and health in your facility is not compromised. Topics include:
Overview of the state of long term care communities in the setting of COVID-19