A little perspective and insight from our featured WiLL speakers...
We've had fun getting to know these women this year. We hope you enjoy these thoughts from each of their sessions and feel inspired.
Deirdre Savage, Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA
Michelle Markowitz, Cardinal Cushing Centers
Lily Hsu, Labouré College of Healthcare
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Chamber Director’s Partner, blumshapiro is the 2020 Underwriter for the NPO Group.
The NPO Group is a mission-driven group for Nonprofit professionals to provide a way to come together, collaborate, and to share common challenges and best practices.
blumshapiro is the largest regional accounting, tax, and business advisory firm based in New England. The NPO Group invited them to present a one-hour virtual education on trending hot topics and how they apply to non-profits specifically.
Topics covered in this recording include: Internal Finance Controls in a Remote Environment; Cybersecurity, and Attracting & Retaining Talent. They covered these subjects at a high level, need-to-know "punch list" like a best practice format. An open Q&A forum follow the conclusion of this very informative webinar.
The Chamber's Human Resources Group held a timely and important Paid Family Medical Leave (PFML) Update yesterday morning . The speakers discussed what to consider and plan for now in preparation for January 1, 2021 – the date benefits first become available for employees and with a helpful PFML checklist of steps you need to take.
Pamela Sande, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, and CCP, President & CEO
HR @ Work
Pamela provides clients with high-quality consulting services and resources, helping clients achieve business success through innovative, practical, and cost-effective HR solutions. HR @ Work helps companies ranging in size as few as five to as many as 1,000, including nonprofit organizations as well for profits in many industries providing our clients with high-quality consulting services and resources
Nan O'Neill, Partner
Murphy, Hesse, Toomey & Lehane LLP
Nan is Senior Counsel in the law firm of Murphy, Hesse, Toomey & Lehane, LLP with 30 years of experience counseling and representing employers in all aspects of employment and traditional labor law. Nan has extensive experience in the litigation of employment-related disputes, including discrimination, reasonable accommodation, sexual harassment and wrongful termination matters, before state and federal courts and administrative agencies such as the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, having litigated approximately 30 cases in Massachusetts courts and the MCAD.
For more than 30 years, the Chamber’s Human Resources Group (HRG) has encouraged education, participation, inclusion, mentoring, and networking for those charged with responsibility for human resources within any size company. The HRG offers programming and services to meet the needs of both senior level human resource practitioners and entry level practitioners who may have other responsibilities in their company. The Advisory Team is made up of HR practitioners, employment and labor law attorneys, and HR consultants. They coordinate a dynamic programming schedule that will help businesses small and large understand the affect that laws and regulations can have on business.
Eric Rosengren, President of the Boston Federal Reserve Bank, addressed the Chamber this morning.
Five take-aways worth highlighting:
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