Previously Recorded Webinar: Wednesday, April 29th at 12pm ET
NFIB Coronavirus Weekly Briefing for Small Business (4/29/20)
The upcoming webinar will focus on new developments with the PPP and EID loan programs and participant Q&A. As small businesses continue to face complex challenges relating to their business operations and managing employees, NFIB remains committed to helping owners navigate this crisis and providing updated information on financial resources, handling unemployment insurance challenges, and managing workplace health and safety issues as businesses reopen.
Please join Holly Wade, Director, NFIB Research & Policy Analysis, and Beth Milito, Senior Executive Counsel, for their weekly webinar where they will conduct a follow-up session to last week’s webinar on the financial tools and resources available to help small businesses. Holly and Beth will focus most of the webinar on answering participant questions.
Please join the webinar for the opportunity to anonymously ask questions and share insights about the issues you are facing.
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About the Speakers:
Senior Executive Counsel, Legal Foundation, NFIB
Beth Milito is responsible for managing litigation and amicus work for NFIB. She has testified before Congress, federal agencies, and state legislatures on the small business impact of labor and employment issues. Ms. Milito assists businesses facing employment discrimination charges, wage and hour claims, wrongful termination lawsuits, and in most other areas of human resources law. She is a frequent media spokesperson on employment and labor matters.
Director, NFIB Research Center
Holly Wade is the director of research and policy analysis for NFIB, where she conducts original research and studies public policy effects on small businesses. She produces NFIB’s monthly Small Business Economic Trends survey and surveys on topics related to small business operations. Holly is also a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE). She has undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Sociology from the University of Washington, and a Masters of Public Policy from the University of Denver.