“How are we going to make it through this?”
We’ve all heard (or even said) these words in the past three weeks – a sure sign that things have changed more than we’ve ever thought possible. Because Professional Bank is closely connected with the industries and professions that are being directly impacted by the Coronavirus, we have put together a moderated discussion and invited several knowledgeable experts that aims to provide answers to the new laws and develop strategies available to deal with these new challenges confronting the workplace.
What’s an Employer to do? Employment Law / HR / Payroll Strategies
Complementary Videoconference and Discussion
Tuesday, March 31st at 2pm
During the videoconference, we will discuss…
- Family First Coronavirus Response Act
- Payroll Tax Credits
- Close the business
- Separation Agreements/Release
- Group Medical Insurance
- FMLA, ADA, Company Leave
- Anti-Discrimination Laws
- Federal Paid Leave
- Stay Open
- FLSA-Minimum Wage/Overtime
- Anti-Retaliation Laws
This will be a live Zoom videoconference that will encourage open discussion following the presentation, so be sure to come with your questions.
Dan Sheehan is one of the co-founders of Professional Bank serving as a director since its inception in 2008, Chairman of the Board since 2013, Chief Executive Officer of Professional Bank since 2019, and Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Professional Holding Corp. (PFHD:NASDAQ), Professional Bank’s parent company, since 2014.
Steven L. Schwarzberg is an AV-rated trial attorney who has served as legal counsel for corporate and individual clients for almost 40 years, focusing in the areas of employment law, as well as commercial, probate, intellectual property, corporate and real estate law. Steve regularly represents a broad spectrum of clients, private and public, in Florida in both Federal and State courts, in the trial and appellate levels as well as before administrative agencies, arbitration panels, mediators and other alternative dispute forums. He works closely with clients, general counsel, HR Directors and corporate management to find strategic and cost-effective solutions to avoid disputes, if possible, or conclude litigation successfully, when necessary.
Romeo Chicco is the founder of PayMaster; established in 1995 with a straightforward mission: to provide the best payroll services available, and to do that by focusing on excellent customer service and affordable prices. Romeo is also very active in the payroll industry and sits on several boards, including the Independent Payroll Providers Association and Payroll Fraud Protection Group. In 2016 he received the recognition of Member of the Year from the Independent Payroll Providers Association, an organization he has been a charter member of since 1997.