If you missed our Power Shift event on 1/21, we've got you covered. It's now available for on-demand viewing.
We discussed what is happening in the faith community, government and politics, human services, and philanthropy. And we were excited to be joined by Geoffrey Canada, President of Harlem Children’s Zone for a lively—and inspiring—discussion about leading and serving in today’s world.
It is hard to believe that more than a year ago, many of us were taking our first foray into remote work and experiencing the beginning of what would become an incredibly tumultuous 12 months: Coronavirus pandemic, confirmation that sexual orientation is protected by the equal rights amendment, voices rising against systematic racism, a contentious presidential election and storming of the Capitol. 2020 brought emergency legislation from federal, state and local fronts and 2021 is doing the same. It is important for employers to be able to discern what was, what continued and what is beginning.
In this workshop, we will highlight:
• What HR needs to know now to be compliant
• What is on the horizon
• What needs HR’s attention to get best prepared for what’s to come
FPWA will be hosting a virtual policy briefing about our new report Pushed to the Precipice: How Benefits Cliffs and Gaps Undermine the Safety Net for New Yorkers.
Please join us Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 11 AM as we share our report findings and recommendations, consider some proposals to address larger financial gaps, and discuss our next steps in the fight to strengthen the safety net.
Registration is required.
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