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Year End Compliance for Nonprofits! Free Workshop

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Year End Compliance for Nonprofits! Free Workshop

Time: December 5, 2019 from 3pm to 4:30pm
Location: Back Nine Tavern
Street: 245 Hartford Road
City/Town: New Britain
Phone: 860-507-8892
Event Type: free, -, educational, workshop
Organized By: Rob Bloomstone
Latest Activity: Dec 3, 2019

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Event Description

Join TANGO and The Schuster Group on Thursday, December 5th for a very special forum where we will have Education, Gifts and Happy Hour Festivities (Drinks and Appetizers) at the Back Nine Tavern - Stanley Golf Course in New Britain.

Our workshop will be focusing on employment law/compliance/best practices topics that employers should pay attention to as they wrap up this year and look toward the future.

Special Guest Speakers - 

Rollin Schuster
Managing Principal, The Schuster Group President & Founder TANGO
&
Jennifer Devine
Staff Attorney III
Connecticut Department of Labor

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