Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce CEO Colleen Clark will moderate a virtual conference on coronavirus for local business leaders. (Langley Advance Times files)

Langley chamber goes online for virtual conference

A meeting about HR and the coronavirus will be held via Zoom

With large gatherings banned for the duration of the COVID-19 crisis, the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce is heading online to serve local business owners and entrepreneurs.

On April 7, from 11 a.m. to noon, the chamber will hold a virtual town hall meeting.

The subject is questions on human resources and COVID-19.

The event will feature employment and labour lawyer Christopher Drinovz, of the firm Kate Shannon Weiler LLP, as well as Simran Bhullar, a human resources specialist with In Think Human Resources.

Langley Chamber CEO Colleen Clark will moderate the online event, which is complimentary for all attendees, and which will be presented through the Zoom conferencing software.

Those wishing to attend the virtual event can visit www.langleychamber.com and click events to find the listing for the virtual conference.

BusinessCoronavirusLangley

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Fort Gallery re-opens part time to public with exhibition of artist Richard Bond’s work

Fraser Prospect continues Fraser River themed project that the gallery began in January

Langley beekeepers on alert for giant honeybee-murdering hornets recently sighted

Aldergrove beekeeper Bryn Jones ‘concerned’ after South Langley giant Asian hornet sighting

McLeod Athletic Park still closed as $5 million upgrades near completion

Park will host National Track and Field Championships and BC High School Championships

Beatniks Bistro donates $4,000 to Langley School District Foundation

Executive director Susan Cairns said $32,500 is spent every week to help feed Langley families

Solidarity demonstration planned for Abbotsford on Friday

People gathering to protest police brutality and systemic racism in downtown Abbotsford

B.C. records four new COVID-19 cases, Abbotsford hospital outbreak cleared

Four senior home outbreaks also declared over, eight still active

Facing changes together: Your community, your journalists

Thanks for helping the Aldergrove Star to continue its mission to provide trusted local news

RCMP, coroner investigate murder-suicide on Salt Spring Island

Two dead, police say there is no risk to the public

About 30% of B.C. students return to schools as in-class teaching restarts amid pandemic

Education minister noted that in-class instruction remains optional

Trudeau avoids questions about anti-racism protesters dispersed for Trump photo-op

Prime minister says racism is an issue Canadians must tackle at home, too

B.C.’s Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics goes virtual

The annual event partnering RCMP with Special Olympians is dramatically altered by COVID-19

Bateman program encourages people to sketch outside, connect with nature

#MyNatureSketch initiative encourages Canadians to become ‘bright-eyed three year olds’

Be cautious expanding COVID-19 bubble, Dr. Bonnie Henry tells B.C.

Senior homes stay off-limits as schools, businesses reopen

Most Read