Abbott, SVP, Head of Cash Management, WSFS Bank explains how business owners can mitigate the risk of online financial fraud during times of crisis.
Jason E. Reisman, Partner & Co-Chair, Labor & Employment Practice Group, Blank Rome, explains some of the legal considerations employers should keep in mind while constructing a plan to reopen or return to work.
Juliana M. Mosley, Ph.D., Chief Diversity, Inclusion & Community Relations Officer, Chestnut Hill College, details how higher education institutions can be a resource to laid off or furloughed adults who want to continue their education or pivot their careers.
Hotz, President & CEO, vybe urgent care elaborates on the role testing will play in the reopening of businesses in our community.
Ben Goebel, Program Manager - IPP, The Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians, shares insight into the importance of supporting immigrant entrepreneurs and immigrant-owned small businesses during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
Ron Bradley, Vice President of Gas Operations, and Nicole Levine, Vice President of Electric Operations, PECO, discuss how energy companies and utilities can do their part in ensuring critical infrastructure during the crisis.
Bill Schaninger, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company, details the resources that are available to help small to mid-size businesses navigate labor shifts during COVID-19 and as we look towards recovery.
Ramos offers insight into how the business community can support local nonprofits during the COVID-19 crisis and into recovery.
Araten, President, The Rodon Group shares his take on how businesses can pivot operations to support the crisis, retain employees, and maintain a revenue stream in response to COVID-19.
Kitchen, Director, Tax Strategies, Kreischer Miller details what tax provisions small to mid-size businesses should be aware of in the CARES Act and how the provisions can offer relief.