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Weekly Update Webinar Series

Weekly webinars will feature ISA's Lori Anderson and David Hickey, along with key subject matter experts, providing a more personalized, in-depth overview of select issues most impacting your business and how ISA is responding. It's also your time to get your questions answered during the interactive Q&A session.

Sign & Graphics Industry Town Hall Strong. Resilient. Innovative. These words best describe the sign, graphics and visual communications industry during the past couple of months as we’ve navigated the impact of COVID-19. Join ISA staff for an interactive Industry Town Hall webinar as we discuss what’s happening now in our industry and, most important, look forward to what's next. | Speakers: ISA Staff | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)

ISA Update Week 4: HR Issues and Handling Stress Companies are facing unprecedented challenges navigating COVID-19. Join us to hear from an HR expert address the most common HR questions related to the coronavirus and gain strategies for how to handle the worry and anxiety to make the outbreak less stressful. | Speakers: Tim Schaffer, President, HRi; Cynthia Post, PhD, licensed psychologist | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)

ISA Update Week 3: Are You “Essential”? Keeping Your Business Open ISA is working with states and the federal government to make sure the sign, graphics and visual communications industry is designated an "essential business" that should be allowed to remain open to continue to serve vital infrastructure, manufacturing and retail services throughout the country. Learn what ISA is doing and the steps you can take to help ensure your business remains open. | Speakers: Rachel Jones, NAM; David Hickey, ISA; Kenny Peskin, ISA | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)

ISA Update Week 2: Health and Safety for Manufacturing Facilities Recorded Webinar Preeminent expert on health and safety, J. David Krause, shared his expertise in industrial hygiene, environmental and occupational health, and indoor air quality to help protect your workers. Two sign industry executives (Dan Belling, Cummings; Michael Quigley, Sign Age of Tampa Bay) also joined the call to provide their perspectives and overviews of the changes their companies have made as a result of COVID-19. | Speakers: J. David Krause, PhD, MSPH, CIH, Founder and President, HealthCare Consulting and Contracting, HC3; Dan Belling, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Cummings; Michael Quigley, Vice President, Sign Age of Tampa Bay | Price: $0.00 (member and non-member)

ISA Update Week 1: Essential Business Tips for Keeping Your Shop Open Recorded Webinar ISA understands that the COVID-19 crisis is creating daily changes and developments that challenge your business. These weekly webinars will provide updates on issues impacting your business. The webinars will provide: • Updates on key issues and how ISA is responding • Give an opportunity for Q+A | Speakers: ISA Staff | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)


Daily Industry Digest

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Monday, June 1, 2020 Daily Industry Digest

More Changes Coming to PPP

Late last week, the House of Representatives passed changes to the Paycheck Protection Program to give companies more flexibility. The House bill—which must go to the Senate for approval and President for signing—would extend the time period in which recipients must spend the proceeds from 8 to 24 weeks; allow more flexibility between payroll and nonpayroll expenses; remove a headcount penalty for rehiring laid off workers; and allows businesses participating in the PPP to benefit from payroll tax deferment. The House bill also extends the repayment term from two years to five years. The Senate also is exploring its own bill, which keeps the 75% spent on payroll requirement intact, but extends the length of time in which the loan must be used from 8 weeks to 16 weeks. Currently companies have until June 30 to apply for a PPP.

 

Action Item: Learn more about the PPP.