The Genesee County Chamber of Commerce has announced its
Fall 2017 schedule for small business workshops.
These business workshops are held in conjunction with the United States
Small Business Administration and the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce.
The workshops are open to all Chamber and non-Chamber businesses and
their employees and will offer expert advice from experienced business
professionals designed to help small businesses succeed and grow.
The Fall schedule is as follows:
Wednesday, October 11th: Managing Four Generation in the Workplace
Learn how to understand and appreciate the differences in the Generations from
Boomers to Millennials. Understanding these differences will help you better manage
employees and create a more productive working environment.
Presenter: Greg Lindberg, Economic Development Specialist, U.S. Small Business Administration
Wednesday, November15th Employee Life Cycle
Which of these employee lifecycle practices could put your Business at RISK?
Federal Law-Find out which federal laws may impact your hiring practices
Progressive Discipline-Learn how to handle employee performance issues and policy violations.
Legal Matters-Review common legal issues with employee termination
Risky Hiring Practices-Identify the costs of poor hiring
Implementation-Learn how to execute an effective recruiting and hiring process
Presenter: Grant McClellan, Human Resource Consultant, Paychex
SBA workshops are held at the Chamber office and start at 7:30 a.m.
with an informal networking session followed by the one-hour
workshop at 8 a.m. All SBA workshops are free to Chamber members and only
$10 to non-Chamber members.
or by phone at 585-343-7440 ext. 1026.