Training & Education

Timely Courses to Help Your Business

Our state is experiencing extraordinary disruption of its economy as a result of COVID-19.  The Michigan Chamber is committed to bringing you solutions that will help your business survive and thrive during these trying times. Our program offerings will help your business meet the demands of the current environment.

Contact us if we can help connect you to these or other resources to help your business and employees succeed.

We are all in this together.

Employee Performance and Discipline Issues

Members $149/ Non Members $199 March 11, 2021 9:00 AM – Noon – Three Hour Training
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Anticipated Labor and Employment Changes Under the Biden Administration

Members FREE / Non-Members $49 March 23, 2021 10:00 A.M.
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On-Demand Webinars

“No Surprises Act” brings changes to Employer-Sponsored Group Plans

Anti-discrimination Laws in a COVID-19 World: What Employers Need to Know About ADA, Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws

Are You Prepared for a New Wave of Whistleblower / Retaliation Claims? 

Are Your Policies COVID Compliant?

COVID-19 Update: Keeping Employees Safe While Reducing Liability

COVID-19 Workplace Safeguards: What Employers Need to Know Today

COVID-19 Workplace Safety for Non-Safety Professionals

Does Your Employee Handbook Have Your Company Covered?

Effective Coaching and Mentoring Techniques

FMLA and ADA: Managing Leave Requests Doesn’t Need to Be Complicated

How to make the Michigan “Clean Slate” Law work for You

HR 101: Introduction to Human Resources

Leading Change Through Communications 

Managing Unemployment Claims and Costs in the COVID Era

Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services – No-Fault Auto Insurance Webinar

Mindful Leadership and Engagement After the COVID-19 Storm 

MULTIPLE EMPLOYER PLANS: SETTING UP A LOW-COST 401K TO AID IN EMPLOYEE RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION

Reductions in Force and Facility Closures: Things Employers Should Consider to Reduce the Risk of Liability

The COVID Vaccine: Legal and Practical Implications for the Workplace