All Oregonians 16+ become eligible for the vaccine one week from today. Are you prepared? What can we expect?
Congressman Kurt Schrader, a Democrat representing Oregon’s 5th District. provides his perspective on the federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic and recession, his thoughts on the American Rescue Plan and other critically important legislation that will impact Oregon businesses.
House Revenue Committee Chair Rep. Nancy Nathanson (D-Eugene) and Vice Chair Rep. Werner Reschke (R-Klamath Falls) discuss the recent economic forecast and what it means for Oregon businesses, as well as revenue-related legislation that’s under consideration during this session.
Hear from Paylocity’s Director of Client Services Gina Centiolli, who not only managed the entirety of the remote transition for their Boise office but spent more than a decade at Nike in planning and leadership development. We’ll also be joined by Cheryl Johnson, chief human resources officer with Paylocity in Chicago, who will provide insight on ways to manage, engage and strategize to effectively deploy your online workforce.
The economic impacts from COVID-19 continue to devastate families – and we know that Oregon women are disproportionately impacted.
Presentation Slides / Naomi Johnson, attorney with Bullard Law, presented key considerations for employers as the COVID-19 vaccine becomes more widely available to Oregonians.
Although we couldn’t meet in person, we still deliver the information our members value from our annual gatherings: an update from our board leaders about OBI’s priorities in the 2021 legislative session.
Moss Adams’ tax experts Rob O’Neill and Ryan Kuenzi address the potential impacts of President-elect Joe Biden’s tax plan on federal tax laws, as well as local impacts to be aware of.