Tag Archives: webinars

Managing Certifications & Intermittent Leave – Todd Sarver

Managing Certifications & Intermittent Leave – Todd Sarver (Webinar)
Date: Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Are workplace absences affecting your business?
Best practices for FMLA Administration.

The management of workplace absences is an important aspect of bottomline business for employers. The cost of absenteeism is greater than the direct payment of wages and benefits paid during an absence. Indirect costs of staffng replacement, re-training, lost productivity and diminished employee morale often exceed the direct costs of absenteeism.

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Notice Requirements Under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) – Sarver

Notice Requirements Under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) – Todd Sarver (Webinar)
Date: Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Are workplace absences affecting your business?
Best practices for FMLA Administration.

The management of workplace absences is an important aspect of bottomline business for employers. The cost of absenteeism is greater than the direct payment of wages and benefits paid during an absence. Indirect costs of staffng replacement, re-training, lost productivity and diminished employee morale often exceed the direct costs of absenteeism.

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Partner Samuel Levine to speak on receiverships as an effective remedy for distressed commercial real estate

Samuel H. Levine

This Thursday, June 30, Chicago Partner Samuel Levine will sit on a panel during a Webinar covering the topic Receiverships: Effective Remedy for Distressed Commercial Real State Maximizing Property Values and Minimizing Legal Risk Through Court-Appointed Receivers.  This CLE Webinar will provide guidance to counsel for lenders, borrowers and loan servicers on evaluating whether to seek or oppose a receivership for distressed commercial real estate. The panel will also explain how lenders, borrowers, servicers and prospective buyers can navigate the receivership process.  For more on the Webinar, please click here.

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Beyond Blogging: Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn – A Re-Cap of LexBlog’s Webinar

This afternoon, I had the good fortune to sit in on Kevin O’Keefe’s webinar on “Beyond Blogging: Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.” I’m already sold on the benefits of all three for law firms, but I love hearing Kevin’s stories which I can relate to our attorneys to win them over. The five most important things I heard Kevin say in his webinar were:

  1. Starting to use these tools isn’t a strategy – it’s a tactic. Saying that the strategy is to get on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook is like saying you’re going to have the lawyers drive red cars. It doesn’t make sense. Use them as relationship-building tools and tools that frame your identity.
  2. Because media is more social, and a shared experience, you need to be doing those things that will cause your information to be shared by others who have people trusting them.
  3. Just because another law firm is doing something doesn’t mean you have to do it.
  4. It doesn’t matter if your clients or perspective clients ever see your information being shared or if they read your blog – influencers and amplifiers are seeing it and connecting you to the right people.
  5. Empower the lawyers at your firm to use social media to build relationships.
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Peter Steinmeyer to Conduct Noncompete Agreement Litigation Developments Webinar on August 11, 2011

Peter A. Steinmeyer of Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. will be speaking in an upcoming live phone/web seminar entitled “Noncompete Agreements: Latest Litigation Developments” scheduled for Thursday, August 11, 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT.

As readers of this blog well know, employers frequently use noncompete agreements to protect confidential business information from misappropriation by departing employees. With continuing layoffs and business information easily accessible via computers and the Internet, enforceable noncompetes are critical in today’s economy.

Employment attorneys crafting noncompete agreements must avoid unreasonable and overbroad provisions. Courts are increasingly scrutinizing and, in some instances, refusing to enforce agreements that go too far to restrict employee activity.

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Watch our Live Webcast – Managing Commodity Pricing: What are the benefits to your business?"

Watch our Live Webcast – Managing Commodity Pricing: What are the benefits to your business?” (Webcast – Outside Northeast Ohio)

Date: Wednesday, June 15, 2011

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Addressing Challenges and Implementing Turnaround Strategies in Financially Distressed Hospitals – Rick Cooper

Speakers:
Richard S. Cooper, Esq
Member
McDonald Hopkins LLC

Frederick (Ted) Woodrell
President
QHR Intensive Resources

Webinar Summary (Actions for Providers):
This webinar addresses the key challenges facing financially distressed hospitals today and provides solutions for implementing successful turnaround strategies. The program will address the following:

  • Industry distress trends and projections
  • Causes and stages of distress
  • Operational, financial and legal “red flags” of distress
  • Key challenges faced by distressed facilities
  • Strategies and tactics that distressed facilities can deploy
  • Chapter 11—when should it be used, advantages and disadvantages, factors contributing to a successful emergence

After This Webinar You Will Be Able To:

  • Describe the financial environment for similarly sized hospitals
  • Identify contributing factors to financial distress
  • Determine your organization’s status
  • Describe the elements needed to create an effective plan for implementing corrective turnaround actions

Tools and Takeaways:
Actions and strategies financially distressed hospitals can utilize to effectively identify their distress risk factors and status.

Recommended For:
CEOs, COOs, CFOs, accounting directors, and finance executives at small to mid-sized hospitals in financial distress

Pricing
HFMA Members: Free
Non-Members: $99

Click here for more information.

Click here to register.

 

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