Below is a schedule of upcoming webinars hosted by a variety of industry leaders.

Virginia Chamber Featured Webinar: New DOLI Emergency Regulation and Its Impact on Virginia Businesses


Mercer: Human Capital Risk of the New Work Environment
Tuesday, September 28, 2021 | 11:00 AM or 2:00 PM

Overview
There are significant human capital risk consequences to the new working conditions, both at the workplace and remotely at home. This risk is compounded by an evolving shift in employee demographics.

As we consider the impact of the pandemic on people, as well as the resulting new workplace dynamic, we see a clear shift in employee demands and needs.

Why attend
Join us on September 28th where you will learn:

  • Insights into these fundamental workplace changes from an occupational and non-occupational perspective including associated risk factors and opportunities
  • Pragmatic ideas and resources on how to address the mitigation of these new and rapidly evolving risks

There will be two options for this webinar on Tuesday, September 28, 2021:

  • Option 1: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET
  • Option 2: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET

Please select the time that works best for you.


Virginia SBDC: Upcoming Webinars

Digital Bootcamp Series
July 29, 2021: Grow Your Business with Digital Marketing | 12:00pm EST | Register Here
August 5, 2021: Managing Your WordPress Website | 12:00pm EST | Register Here
August 24, 2021: Success through e-Commerce | 12:00pm EST | Register Her

Securing Your WordPress Website
August 4, 2021: Securing Your WordPress Website | 12:00pm EST | Register Here

Fundamental Cybersecurity: Protecting Your Business and Information
August 11, 2021: Fundamental Cybersecurity | 12:00pm EST | Register Here

Cyber Awareness Training Your Businesses
August 18, 2021: Cyber Awareness Training | 12:00pm EST | Register Here


Mercer – The New Shape of Work: Attracting and retaining talent

Date: Tuesday, August 10th
Time: 12:00 PM ET
Join us for a live webinar on Tuesday, August 10th to hear the latest information on labor market shortages, including insights from our recent survey on attraction and retention challenges employers are experiencing and what they can do about it. We’ll also share the latest on hybrid working and implications on compensation and benefits.


UMW Offers Free Course to All: ‘Life After COVID’:

Building on the enthusiastic response to last year’s COVID-19 in Context course, the University of Mary Washington is offering another free, open-to-all series in June. Life After COVID, delivered to homes, backyards and porches via Zoom and YouTube, will run Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 1 to July 1.

“We view opportunities such as the Life After COVID course as part of our mission as a public liberal arts and sciences institution,” said UMW College of Arts and Sciences Dean Keith Mellinger, who is co-facilitating the course with Assistant Dean Betsy Lewis and Communication and Digital Studies Chair Anand Rao.

UMW’s largest course ever, last year’s COVID-19 in Context event reached nearly 2,000 participants in 39 states, plus Washington, D.C., and countries across the globe, including Canada, England, France, Switzerland, Japan and Ghana. Like its predecessor, the course this summer will bring together current and incoming students, alumni, parents, community members, faculty and staff to explore timely COVID-related topics, Rao said. “It’s a big tent for academic discussion, which is the best model of what higher education can provide in today’s world.” Read more. 


Pfizer Health Advocates Leadership Series: Please join Pfizer leaders on May 4 at 1 PM – 2PM (EST) for an update on the Pfizer COVID vaccine. David Hering, Global Business and Franchise Lead, mRNA Vaccines and Alejandro Cane, MD, Vaccines Scientific and Medical Affairs Lead North America, will be the featured speakers. Topics covered will include an update on information on the vaccine development program as well as the US distribution plans with the states. We hope you can join the call.

Please use the link below to register for the call. 
Event address for attendees: https://pfizerevents.webex.com/pfizerevents/onstage/g.php?MTID=eb84206e14cc84e5472eef30121488b0d
Audio Conference: This is a listen only service for attendees to dial in and hear the presenters but they cannot ask questions.

1-650-479-3208 Call-in toll number (US/Canada)
1-877-668-4493 Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada)
Global call-in numbers | Toll-free dialing restrictions

Access Code: 145 068 1732


Mercer: Our knowledge of the Covid-19 outbreak is changing daily and employers are having to respond dynamically. Join Mercer experts to hear the most up to date information on the outbreak in the US, what we’ve learned from working with our clients, and a point of view on actions you can take to help your business and your employees navigate this extraordinary time.

  • Mercer Virginia Friday Forum
  • Every other Friday @ 10AM
  • Join the Mercer Virginia team on the first Firday of each month for insights on how employers are moving forward successfully and leading in a virtual world.
  • The New Shape of Work Webcast Series
  • Hear from a Mercer panel of experts about what employers need to do now to ensure their employees can continue to thrive, despite unique challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Verizon: Each webinar features a presentation by our experts, followed by a Q & A session. Our webinars are educational, and our experts provide valuable tips and information that can help you grow your business.


Comcast Business: Comcast Business leaders and industry experts in a series of webinars that explore how businesses are adapting to unprecedented challenges. Watch the recordings of previous webinars or stay updated with future webinars.


NOVA EDA: In these uncertain times, the members of Northern Virginia Economic Development Alliance recognize that businesses need more help. “Beyond COVID-19: NOVA Business Resiliency Webinars” is a three-part series, broken down below. Businesses can attend some or all of the webinars—registration will be required and limited for each session.


CMSI: The Association of Defense Communities (ADC), Blue Star Families, and participants of the White Oak Collaborative have joined forces to create the COVID-19 Military Support Initiative (CMSI)—a united, national platform to provide resources and expertise to support communities, states, and military families through this crisis.


Podcast:

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