Workshops planned for Global Entrepreneurship Week

2013-11-16T13:00:00Z Workshops planned for Global Entrepreneurship WeekThe Sentinle The Sentinel
November 16, 2013 1:00 pm  • 

SHIPPENSBURG — The Shippensburg University Small Business Development Center will offer two workshops during Global Entrepreneurship Week, which will be observed later this month.

• “HR Bootcamp” will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the York County Economic Alliance, 144 Roosevelt Ave., York. Cost is $10 per business (limit two people per business). The workshop is for companies with 50 or fewer employees. Topics will include federal and state hiring requirements, wage and hour employment-related laws, I-9 compliance, recruiting best practices, and the cost of hiring an employee.

• “The First Step: Starting a Small Business” will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Nov. 22, at the York County Economic Alliance, 144 Roosevelt Ave., York. The workshop is free and will cover registrations, licenses, business structures, taxation, assessing start-up costs and financing.

To register for either workshop, register online at www.ship.edu/sbdc or contact the SBDC at 477-1935 or sbdc@ship.edu.

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