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  • 2020_pru_logo PRINTING United (Atlanta, GA)

    October 21 to 23, 2020

    PRINTING United is the largest printing event in North America, bringing all printing industry segments together under one roof.

Upcoming Events

  • Hiring the Next Generation

    June 11, 2019

    Finding, hiring, and retaining new talent is a challenge for all businesses, but can be especially difficult in manufacturing industries like printing. We desire technical and specialized skills in our employees, which seem to be increasingly difficult to find. Additionally, we have a perception problem with young people and their parents-they think the printing industry is contracting and that career opportunities are scarce. In this session, Donna Painter an Assistant Professor at Millersville University, will share information about hiring challenges and strategies to positively change perceptions of our industry. This session will also identify multiple sources, within the education sector, that you can use to find the types new talent you need to sustain and grow your business.
  • Prop 65: Where Are We Now?

    June 13, 2019

    With the new warning regulations coming into effect last August, questions still exist regarding Prop 65 and how it applies to our inks, coatings, substrates and products!  Do you need to certify for Prop 65?  What testing needs to be done?  When do I have to label?  On top of this, citizen suits continue to rise!  Join us for a lively discussion on these and other issues surrounding Prop 65 compliance!

Advocacy Updates

  • Can You Get COVID-19 From Your Mail?

    March 27, 2020

    A common question that is being asked is “Can I become infected with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) by touching my mail or a package?” Read here for answers.
  • Hang Up Your Mandatory Family First Response Act Posters

    March 26, 2020

    The Department of Labor (DOL) has issued posters explaining the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the impacts it will have on employees that must be hung in the workplace. Read here for details.
  • New York and COVID-19 Sick Leave

    March 25, 2020

    In addition to the federal emergency sick leave requirements, employers with employees in New York also are subject to the NY Paid Sick Time Plan, which requires employers with more than 10 employees or $1 million in revenue to provide COVID-19-related paid leave. Read here for more details.