You're Invited! Enterprise Institute VIII
Advice From The Trenches:
Managing Credit Relationships
Why it should be part of the DNA of your Business.
Wednesday, September 5, 2018
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Seminar begins at 5:00 pm
Lancaster Country Club
1466 New Holland Pike, Lancaster, PA
Light appetizers and refreshments provided.In a world where technological and other advancements occur with ever increasing frequency, managing the credit relationships of your business has never been more integral to your ability to adapt to those changes and use them to your advantage. Does your business have the financing and credit relationships necessary to take advantage of those changes to increase efficiency and profitability? To expand? To handle the emergency or unexpected occurrence?
Please join our special guests:
- A. WESLEY CARR, JR., CFP, ChFC, CFBS (Financial Advisor & Founder of Liberty Financial Strategies)
- AARON J. HUGHES, CPA (CFO, Oak Tree Development Group)
- KENNETH W. WALTON, CPA (CFO, Binkley & Hurst, LP)
Space is limited. There is no cost to attend.
Please RSVP by Monday, September 3, 2018.
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Questions? Contact Emily Forrey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-945-5745.
On April 24, 2018, Theresa Mongiovi, Chair of BCGL’s Employment and Labor Department, testified before the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Labor and Industry Committee on best practices to eliminate workplace harassment and discrimination. In the wake of the #MeToo movement, the Pennsylvania General Assembly is considering several amendments to the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act. If passed, the amendments would significantly expand the laws prohibiting discrimination and harassment in Pennsylvania, and impose additional compliance obligations on Pennsylvania employers. In an effort to better understand the issues associated with gender discrimination and sexual harassment, the Committee held a full-day public hearing to hear from various stakeholders. As a management-sided employment lawyer, Theresa was asked to share employer best practices to combat harassment and discrimination in the workplace. You can read a summary of Theresa's testimony here. The current cultural climate provides the perfect opportunity for employers to evaluate their prevention programs and make proactive changes. Employers should critically evaluate their company culture, policies and practices, and current training efforts. BCGL’s employment team can assist in developing a comprehensive discrimination-prevention program tailored to an employer’s individual work environment and culture.