Our webinars are designed to help employers and sole proprietors recover, reopen and operate their businesses in response to COVID-19.
Presentations are updated constantly to offer current info.
Please note: we will offer webinars on PPP forgiveness as soon as possible after guidance is issued. Watch for additions to this schedule
WorkShare: A Valuable Option for Employers
Many businesses are looking to NH WorkShare as a viable, temporary solution to phasing in employees as they are reopening, and helping them to avoid laying off employees. Richard Lavers, Deputy Commissioner, NH Employment Security, will be on the webinar to answer questions.
Restaurant Ready: 3-Part Series for Recovery & Reopening
Financial Best Practices, Communications Best Practices and Operational Planning make up the topics in this series of webinars for food service businesses to help them prepare for recovery and reopening.
Thank you to NH Lodging and Restaurant Association for partnering on this series.
Retail Ready: 3-Part Series for Recovery & Reopening
Financial Best Practices, Communications Best Practices and Operational Planning make up the topics in this series of webinars for retail businesses to help them prepare for recovery and reopening.
Thank you to NH Retail Association for partnering on this series.
Do you file a Schedule C? This webinar is for sole proprietors/single-member LLCs/self-employed. If you have questions about which relief programs would help you the most, this discussion should clarify your options.
Assistance for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) application & payroll calculation
This webinar includes an overview of how to manage the payroll calculation for your business. A payroll calculation template will be available and reviewed during the webinar.
Best Communications Practices for Recovery and Reopening
Be prepared with your communications messages for customers, employees and vendors. This webinar will look at how to present your message in this recovery period, from emails to signage.
All webinars at 10:00 a.m. or 1:00 p.m. unless noted. Free, but registration is required.