SBDC Hosts 'Navigating Employment Law: What Small Businesses Need to Know' on May 24

by Public Relations | May 10, 2017

May 10, 2017

The Saint Vincent College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is offering the seminar, Navigating Employment Law:  What Small Businesses Need to Know on Wednesday, May 24, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Saint Vincent College.

Small businesses have many concerns.  Avoiding employment-related litigation and compliance with labor laws are just a few of the most prevalent concerns that challenge small business owners, company presidents, operations managers and HR professionals. This program will educate participants on the top employment law issues facing small businesses in 2017.  Attendees will leave with a better understanding of employment laws as well as action items a business can implement now to achieve compliance and mitigate risk.

Presenter for this program is: Christian Antkowiak, Esq., of Buchanan, Ingersoll, Rooney PC.

The fee for the program is $45, and registration is required.  Two CLE credits will be offered for attending this program.

Saint Vincent College Small Business Development Center is part of a statewide system of university-based economic development organizations.  The mission of the SBDC is to provide high-quality education and consulting services to entrepreneurs to help start, grow or sustain their business in the competitive global economy.

To register for this conference or additional information, contact the Saint Vincent College SBDC at 724-537-4572 or


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