November is a busy month for the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce. Check out a few of their upcoming events that you will not want to miss!
Director of Maryland Energy Administration (Thursday, Nov. 15)
The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce’s November General Membership Luncheon will be on Thursday, Nov. 15 at noon at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center. This luncheon will feature Dr. Mary Beth Tung, the Director of the Maryland Energy Administration. She’ll discuss topics concerning energy usage in the state of Maryland, including offshore wind.
Dr. Mary Beth Tung works to ensure Maryland’s energy portfolio benefits residents, businesses, and local government organization in the state. Overseeing nearly 40 energy-related programs including grants that benefit low- and moderate- income families, commercial and industrial entities, and more, she improves the effective use of all energy resources within Maryland.
Human Resources 101 (Tuesday, Nov. 20)
Unemployment is at the lowest rate in recent years! Employers are seeing the impact to their businesses. So, how do people attract and retain our most valuable assets (employees)! Beginning pre-hire all the way through to retirement stage an organization must be cognizant of basic employment laws and regulations set forth by federal, state, and local governments – but in reality, not many employers do.
How you follow these regulations and how we treat your employees will allow you to retain intellectual capital within your organization and reduce costs that are associated with undesired turnover.
The event will begin at 9 am at the Salisbury Chamber of Commerce, discussing essential rules and compliance for the workforce and presenting common pitfalls to avoid.
President of Leadership Maryland at Chamber Dinner (Thursday, Nov. 29)
Together, the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce and BEACON at Salisbury University will host a VIP dinner at the Scarborough Leadership Center at Salisbury University. The featured speaker will be Renee Winsky, President and Chief Executive Officer of Leadership Marland and former Executive Director of TECDO.
Leadership Maryland is a professional development program dedicated to building a better Maryland by harnessing the strength of the leaders throughout the state’s local businesses and communities. Each year, it brings together a class of 52 local leaders selected from all sectors, industries, and geographic regions of Maryland to engage on the vital issues affecting the state and work to build solutions for real, actionable change.
Winsky manages the day-to-day operations of the organization and facilitates the work of the Board of Directors. In accordance with the Corporation’s mission she plans and administers programs to develop leadership throughout the State. She has held numerous leadership positions prior to serving at Leadership Maryland.
Tickets are $55 for Chamber members and $70 for non-members. Registration is mandatory. Walk-ins will not be accepted. This will be a premiere event, limited to only 52 seats, featuring a cocktail hour, beginning at 6 pm, and catered by the Executive Chefs at Salisbury University!