As Missouri seeks to emerge strong from the COVID-19 pandemic, join the Missouri Chamber for a series of free, informational virtual events designed to help businesses survive and thrive during this challenging time. Register once to be included in all of the upcoming Uniting for Recovery virtual events.
Vaccines in the Workplace
Thursday, June 24 — 1:00PM
James N. Foster, Jr. and Timothy Bubenik of McMahon Berger
Vaccination is critical to the effort to reopen workplaces and normalize our economy. However, employers continue to face questions about best practices when it comes to encouraging — or requiring — their staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Experts from McMahon Berger will delve into the recent guidance from the EEOC, headline-grabbing vaccination lawsuits and the wait for OSHA guidelines. Don’t miss this important update.
Workplace Strategies for Suicide Prevention
Thursday, July 1 — 1:00PM
Lauren Moyer, LSCSW, LCSW, Vice President of Clinical Innovation, Compass Health
With a suicide rate that’s higher than the national average, it’s time for Missouri to address what has become the ninth-leading cause of death in our state. Business leaders can play an important role in suicide prevention. Join this webinar to learn more about the impact of suicide and how your business can take actionable steps to help prevent suicide in your workplace and community.
Missed a webinar? Check out all previous Uniting For Recovery presentations here.
This is your chance to reach thousands of employers across the state and help the Missouri Chamber continue developing this critical content. Sponsors of the Missouri Chamber’s COVID-19 Updates will be given blanket recognition across all COVID-19 Update webinars and publications going forward. This is an opportunity to invest in one sponsorship opportunity leading to months of positive exposure to Missouri’s top business leaders.
For more details on how you can support this event, download our sponsorship brochure or contact Jacob Luecke, Director of Communications, or call (573)634-3511 for more information.