|Events for: Tuesday, March 20, 2018|
|Unemployment Compensation: Session 2|
|Dates:||Tuesday, March 20, 2018|
|Title:||Unemployment Compensation: Session 2|
|Description:||Understanding unemployment compensation and the application of its laws can be tricky. This seminar series brings the expertise to you, from a representative from the Office of Unemployment Compensation Benefits.
Session 2: Separation Issues and Refusing Suitable Work
This seminar explains how the service center discovers whether the claimant quit or was discharged, the fact finding process, burden of proof, the factors that are considered when making a determination, and appeal rights. We will also discuss the employer’s responsibilities regarding notification that a job offer has been made to both the claimant and the service center, the factors used in suitable work determinations, and appeal rights.
Accounting and Human Resource Professionals:
Each session has been approved for 3 CPE credits through the Center for Accounting Education and Research. These sessions have been submitted to the HR Certification Institute for approval of 3 professional development credits through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). To date, Sessions 1 and 2 have been approved by HRCI.
About the Speaker:
Workforce Development Representative
Customer Service Division
Presenters and training materials will be provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry.
All sessions are held from 10:00 a.m.-noon
200 Innovation Blvd., 243 Technology Center, University Park PA
Cost: $20 per session. Or all three sessions $49.
|Times:||10:00AM - 12:00PM|
|National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba|
|Dates:||Tuesday, March 20, 2018|
|Title:||National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba|
|Description:||Eisenhower Auditorium - March 20, 2018
Tickets available at cpa.psu.edu or 814-863-2055
The National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba, which has been pivotal in introducing music of its homeland to international audiences, will make its Penn State premiere in a Latin-flavored and dance-inspired program featuring Maurice Ravel’s Bolero — plus works by Manuel De Falla, Carlos Fariñas, and Amadeo Roldán.
Yekwon Sunwoo, gold-medal winner of the 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, will perform Sergei Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43, as featured soloist with the orchestra. Sunwoo, the first South Korean to win the prestigious competition, is a graduate of Philadelphia’s Curtis Institute of Music.
“The National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba can play symphonies by Beethoven and Mendelssohn, and play them well,” writes a reviewer for the Tampa Bay Times. “But what is special is when the musicians make like a big dance band from the Tropicana, the legendary nightclub in Havana, and play classical music with an Afro-Cuban beat.”
Founded in 1960, the orchestra covers an immense symphonic and chamber repertoire ranging from Baroque to contemporary music. The ensemble has toured to the United States, Russia, Poland, Spain, Mexico, Argentina, and other countries.
Music Director Enrique Pérez Mesa, a native of Cuba and a graduate of its National School of Arts, has led performances in leading concert halls on three continents. The Grammy Award nominee has also recorded music for Cuban and Spanish films.
Mr. Sunwoo appears by arrangement with the Cliburn.|
|Times:||7:30PM - 9:30PM|