Minimize travel time and expenses by taking advantage of the BSCAI Webinar Series! These 60-minute live seminars offer the same high-quality, classroom-based education available at BSCAI educational events. The BSCAI Webinar Series also includes the Government Affairs Fund (GAF) Webinar Series, as well as the Purchase Advantage Program (PAP) Webinar Series.
Government Affairs Fund (GAF) donors can attend GAF Series webinars at no cost and the PAP Series Webinars are free to all BSCAI members! Unsure if you or your firm is a GAF donor this year? Check the BSCAI website or call us at (312) 321-5167.
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. CT
Session Title: Building a Total Online Presence for Your Cleaning Business
Speaker: Jean Hanson, Co-founder of The Janitorial Store and Certified Marketing Consultant
Description: There are many moving parts involved in marketing and the online elements increase in importance with each passing day. Your online presence is your key to success no matter what your business sells – no matter if all of your transactions are done face to face – no matter if you don’t yet see a way to get a return from your Facebook page – no matter if you’ve never bought an online ad.
Join Jean Hanson, Co-founder of The Janitorial Store and Certified Marketing Consultant, as she explains the stages of building your online presence and tips for getting it done.
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Tuesday, June 27 at 2:00 p.m. CDT
Session Title: Workplace Regulations – What to Expect from the Trump Administration
Speaker: Affinity HR Group (Webinar sponsored by North American Wholesale Lumber Association)
Description: From mandatory E-verify to paid child-care and beyond, what will Congress and the Trump Administration do to workplace laws and regulations in the near future?
While it’s difficult to get a read on it, there are some signals with regard to coming changes in workplace laws. Meanwhile, state and local governments continue to enact and update regulations of their own.
For a look at regulatory trends and how you can be preparing for them, as well as an update to the Obama administration’s new overtime provisions that went into effect at the end of last year, join NAWLA for a free webinar, Tuesday, June 27 at 2:00 p.m. CDT.
Register now to:
• Learn about the regulatory trends likely to affect your business in the next 12 months
• Hear suggestions for how best to respond to and/or comply with those emerging regulatory trends
• Get your specific questions answered by a panel of experts, and
• Learn how you can stay abreast of local, state and federal labor regulations and laws.
Sign up now for this complimentary webinar, “Managing People & HR in the Trump Era – What to Expect from Federal, State and Local Regulators,” led by Affinity HR Group.
Please be sure to list NAWLA as the sponsoring organization on the registration form.
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Registration - How Do I Sign Up & How Much Is It?
BSCAI members whose company is a GAF contributor this year may attend GAF Series Webinars for FREE. BSCAI members whose company is not a GAF contributor this year will be charged $29 per webinar and non-members will be charged $99 per webinar.
**Prices are per computer
What Can I Expect?
BSCAI Webinar sessions are a comprehensive audio/visual learning experience. Prior to the live event, attendees will be given web login information to view the presentation and a phone number to dial in and listen to the audio portion. Immediately following the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in an interactive Q&A session with the presenter.
How Will I Benefit?
Handouts will be e-mailed to participants ahead of time and a Q&A session will conclude each Webinar, making this a truly interactive experience. Additional benefits include:
Easy to Use – Simply register via fax or mail and dial-in at the specified time and date.
Cost Effective – Registration is far less than the cost of a flight and hotel stay.
Time Savings – Participate anywhere internet and phone access is available with no traveling required
What Do I Need To Participate?
- A computer with Internet access
- A phone line for listening to the audio portion of the Webinar