RI SHRM April Meeting
April 15, 2020
"Unemployment in Uncertain Times:
The Evolving Impact of COVID-19."
Due to growing concern over spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, our Spring Legislative Breakfast on April 15, 2020 will be held as a live webinar.
7:30 a.m. - Virtual Networking
8:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. - program
Log in and links to the webinar will be sent out prior to the event.
Consistent with our commitment to creating an engaging experience for our members, our April 15th program will include:
• Virtual networking before the session
• Q&A after the session presented by Meg Avery.
• Live chat
• Access to Vimeo link to presentations
Members - free
As we persevere through truly unprecedented times navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of our workforce is a foremost priority. HR leaders weighing temporary layoffs and furloughs are struggling to find the best option in trying times. Many have questions on how to properly execute and communicate their reductions to their employees. Some are wary of the impact of unemployment filings and how it will affect their organizations. Our webinar will discuss:
•Properly messaging and executing your workforce reductions
•How to communicate the UI process and expectations to your employees
•What to expect as emergency federal legislation is applied to state UI agencies
•Potential scenarios as the Covid-19 crisis continues to unfold
•Best practices to manage your UI cost and compliance moving forward
The presentation will be followed with a question and answer period. Attendees are encouraged to pose any questions they may have relative to their workforce and impacted states of operation. You can forward your questions in advance to Meghan Avery at email@example.com.
Meghan Avery is the Senior Vice President at Unemployment Tax Control Associates, Inc., a leading unemployment insurance (UI) cost management firm that recently celebrated 29 years of success in the industry. Meghan earned her undergraduate degree from Hofstra University and brings over a decade of professional experience to UTCA, eight of which were gleaned in-house.
Meghan oversees client services and all aspects of the unemployment claims processing department. She also conducts education seminars for clients, industry associations and various employer groups across the country. Lauded for her insightful, humorous presentations, she has been instrumental in helping human resources, management and financial leaders effectively understand and control their unemployment costs.
Thank you to our sponsors.