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Greek Orthodox Cathedral to host Business and Employer Summit

The North-South Metro Atlanta Business and Employer Summit will be held April 23 at Atlanta's Greek Orthodox Cathedral.

The North-South Metro Atlanta Business and Employer Summit will be held April 23 at Atlanta's Greek Orthodox Cathedral. File|Patch
The North-South Metro Atlanta Business and Employer Summit will be held April 23 at Atlanta's Greek Orthodox Cathedral. File|Patch
From a news release:

Atlanta’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral will host the North-South Metro Atlanta Business and Employer Summit on Wednesday, April 23, at the cathedral’s conference center, 2500 Clairmont Road.

The summit will be held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Sponsored by the Georgia Department of Labor and Metro Atlanta area employer committees, the summit is designed to help business leaders meet, understand, and conquer compliance challenges in the workplace.

State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler and other experts will discuss three of the top 10 issues facing the business community in today’s economic climate. Topics include the emerging workforce, unemployment insurance regulations, and compliance with the Affordable Healthcare Act. Butler will also provide updates on newly passed legislation that could impact businesses in the upcoming year, as well as new GDOL initiatives.

For more information about the summit, or to register, contact Janice Burley Black at 404-210-0072 or email Janice.burley-black@gdol.ga.gov, or Tomika Singh at 404-273-9365 or tomika.singh@gdol.ga.gov.

Registration includes lunch provided by Chick-fil-A. If pre-registered, the cost to attend is $35 per person. If more than one person from an organization attends, the cost is $30 each. The cost at the door is $40 per person. Recertification credits (3.75) are pending through the Human Resources Certification Institute.

To learn more about career opportunities, visit the website www.dol.state.ga.us.

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