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Md. Dept. of Commerce Update: 06/23/20
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July 29, 2021
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Good Morning!

Here’s information to help you make the most of this week. Nancy

Today- Women's Entrepreneurs Conference - June 23, 2020 9:00am –3:00pm (online - free)

The Small Business Development Center is hosting a women's entrepreneur conference. Register Here: https://mdsbdc.ecenterdirect.com/events/16003  Topics: Business Start-up/Preplanning, Government Contracting, Legal Issues, Woman-owned Businesses. You’ll leave with a plan that will help you succeed!

Nailing Your Competitive Advantage - Wednesday, June 24, 12:00pm – Hosted by Entrepreneur.com

Got a great business idea? Join Rich Vogel, Founding Partner of venture firm Loeb.nyc, who will discuss the importance of nailing your competitive advantage to build a successful business. Rich will discuss different ways that founders can bring something new to the table, whatever the idea---and how to pivot existing ideas and concepts in the new normal. Register Here

PPP EZ Application – Step-by-Step Instructions for Maximizing PPP Loan Forgiveness - Wed., June 24, 2020, 12:00 PM ET Register Now

The SBA has released the new PPP Loan Forgiveness Application Form 3508EZ, which is designed to streamline PPP forgiveness. Join NFIB’s webinar as they walk through the EZ form and answer frequently asked questions.         

Shift For Success: Back to Work Town Hall Meetings – Presented by The Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning. Topics: Recruiting tools for employers, Work Sharing program for gradually recalling employees back to full-time work, Job training grant funding and more will be discussed. Choose either event. Most information presented will be for all employers, anywhere in Maryland. Only a small portion of the program will be Montgomery or Frederick County specific.  
Montgomery County on June 23 – 10:00am
Frederick County on June 25 – 6:00pm

Are your employees refusing to return to work? To Report an Employee's Recall to Work or Job Refusal From Department of Labor - If an employee refuses a recall to work or an individual refuses an offer of work, you must notify the Division of Unemployment Insurance (DUI) within 15 days after the refusal in order for DUI to consider whether the refusal will affect the individual's unemployment benefits.  This notification may be sent via email to DLUI-DLLR@maryland.gov.  Please include all of the following: date of offer, date of refusal, name and SSN of the individual, your company name and Maryland Unemployment Insurance employer account number.

6 Things to Do If You Feel Overwhelmed With Work - https://www.success.com/6-things-to-do-if-you-feel-overwhelmed-with-work/

Inspiration: Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. ~ John Wooden

Thank you for all you are doing to help other. Stay safe and healthy!

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