COVID-19 On-Demand Webinars

On-Demand Webinars are webinars that have been recorded and can be purchased and viewed at your convenience.

Human Resources Professionals: Taking Care of You During COVID-19

Quarantine COVID Employment Litigation: Identifying Risks and Avoiding Claims

Reviewing Your 401K Options

  • Reviewing Your 401K Options

    Recorded On: 05/27/2020

    Please join us for this FREE 60-minute webinar that will feature updates on the federal SECURE Act , that allows for multiple employer 401K plans that can shift administrative and record-keeping responsibility, and reduce risk to their business.

Navigating OSHA Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Leading During COVID: How to Keep Your Humanity, Sanity and Team Intact During a Time of Crisis

Having the Preparedness and Response Plan to Safely Return Employees To Work

Economic Outlook After COVID-19: An Update From the Federal Reserve

Reopening Michigan: What legal issues do businesses need to consider?

Can Employees Avoid Work, Avoid Discipline and Get Paid?

  • Can Employees Avoid Work, Avoid Discipline and Get Paid?

    Many employers are facing severe staffing shortages now. Enhanced and expanded unemployment benefits and protections against discipline for failing to return to work have left employers searching for methods to maintain staffing levels. join Bodman Workplace Law attorneys for this free webinar to discuss potential solutions to these challenges

Michigan's New Auto Insurance Law: Understanding the Impact on Employers, Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance

Cash Flow Survival Skills To Get You Through COVID-19

Navigating Unemployment Benefits During COVID-19

What Employers Need to Know about the Federal ‘Families First Coronavirus Response Act’

Sweatpants and Laptops: COVID-19 Work from Home Policies and Legal Concerns

Paycheck Protection Program: What You Need to Know to Secure Funding for Your Business From this SBA Program

What You Need to Know to Secure Funding for Your Business From this SBA Program

Free on-demand webinar from Dykema
As part of the CARES Act, small businesses and certain non-profits with less than 500 employees, self-employed individuals and businesses that otherwise qualify as small business concerns under US SBA guidelines, which in some cases, includes businesses with more than 500 employees, are generally eligible for loans from local banks, credit unions or other financial institutions who qualify as SBA lenders, which includes a majority of institutions.

This new loan program will be 100% guaranteed by the federal government. The portion of these loans used to pay payroll and business related utilities, rent or mortgage interest, for the 8 week period following receipt of the loan, will be eligible for loan forgiveness. Borrowers will not have to pledge collateral or provide personal guarantees for these loans.



On Friday, March 27, 2020, President Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act of 2020 (or “CARES” Act) (Pub. L. No. 116-XXX) (H.R. 748). This webinar will provide the highlights of the potential economic relief opportunities for small and mid-sized businesses, including the $349 Billion Paycheck Protection Program, which could provide up to $10 million in loans for small businesses impacted by COVID-19 to maintain their payroll costs.  

You can download the presentation slides and view a recording here.

Navigating the Cash Flow Crunch

Navigating the Cash Flow Crunch - 03/23/20

Free webinar from the Michigan Small Business Development Center

Join us for a discussion about the most pressing action items you should be considering to proactively manage your cash flow during COVID-19. We will cover a basic understanding of cash reserves, what accounting information you need to analyze right now, payment priorities, and how you may want to begin communicating with vendors, lenders and other stakeholders. We will end the webinar with audience Q&A time with an SBDC consultant.

Layoffs – A Deeper Dive on Unemployment and Benefits

Layoffs – A Deeper Dive on Unemployment and Benefits- 3/25/2020

Free webinar from Miller Johnson

Marcus Campbell, Patrick Edsenga, Tripp VanderWal, and Jeff Gray discuss unemployment benefits, SUB plans and other benefit programs, health and welfare issues during leaves and retirement plan considerations.