When Cancer Comes to Work

Date: April 06, 2016 Last Edit: May 04, 2016

Is your small business equipped to successfully navigate the myriad of issues – legal, insurance, financial and communications – that arise when an employee faces a cancer diagnosis?

  • What happens when an employee gets a cancer diagnosis?
  • What if the spouse or parent of an employee has cancer and they become the caregiver?
  • What do you say to someone who has cancer?
  • Can you work during treatment?
  • Where do you go for support?
Employers and employees need to know the answers. 
Cancer Pathways has been providing answers to questions like these in a variety of work environments around the Puget Sound for the past 10 years. Join us for our insightful half-day seminar featuring state Sens. Andy Hill and Karen Keiser, as well as a distinguished panel of legal experts.

The cost to attend is $195. Reserve now, space is limited. Register online here. For more information, please click here, or contact Kit Herrod at kit@cancerpathways.org or (866) 200-2383.

Cancer Comes to Work
Tuesday, May 17
8 a.m. to Noon
Washington Athletic Club
325 6th Ave.

Seattle

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