Take advantage of these free, members-only opportunities
The Providers' Council, working with business partners and Associate Members, will host a series of members-only webinars and workshops in February, March and May on trends affecting your organzations right now.
On Wednesday, Feb. 14, a panel comprising HR specialists from members Seven Hills Foundation, Advocates and Bridgewell, will lead a free HR Roundtable on How to Manage Sharing Staff. At this opportunity to learn from peers, participants will gain insight about the challenges and benefits of sharing staff. The group will discuss how to navigate educational opportunities, training and certification requirements, payroll, reference checking and more. The session will take place from 10 a.m. to noon in Needham. Click here for more information.
On Wednesday, Feb. 21, Unemployment Tax Management Corporation Vice President Paul Scott will present Understanding & Budgeting for hte New Increases in the 2018 EMAC and Supplement. In this free, one-hour session, Scott will explain the increases, assessments and adjustments nonprofits need to be aware of now that the Employment Medical Assistance Contribution (EMAC) is in effect. UTMC is a Providers' Council Endorsed Business Partner. The session begins at 11 a.m. Register here.
In March, Firespring Founder and CEO Jay Wilkenson will talk Social Media 101 for Nonprofits. If your nonprofit is just getting started in social media or you're looking for ways to better manage your online presence, this free, 60-minute session can help. The webinar will cover the basics for Facebook and Twitter, as well as the importance of being on LinkedIn to be fully connected. It will also feature handy tips and powerful no-cost or low-cost tools available to keep your social media on track. This Associate Member webinar takes place Wednesday, March 14th beginning at 10:30 a.m. Register here.
In May, Associate Member firm Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP will present Employment Law: Beyond the Basics. Attorneys Jeffrey Hirsch and Peter Moser will cover sexual harassment investigations and remedies; reasonable accommodations; how to avoid wage and hour disputes; and how to avoid mistakes and minimize risk of employment law claims. This session will be held Tuesday, May 8 in Stoughton from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Register here.
Our complete training calendar, including events for members and non-members, can be found here.