CHARLESTON -- Huddleston Bolen has announced the details of the upcoming Business4Breakfast seminar to be held in Charleston on Aug. 24.
The topic of the seminar is "Drug Testing in the Workplace". It will be held from 7:45 a.m. 8:45 a.m. in the firm's Charleston office, located on the 13th floor of Chase Tower at 707 Virginia St. East.
Also this month, Huddleston Bolen and the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce will hold a Business4Breakfast seminar in Proctorville, Ohio on Aug. 21. The topic of the seminar is "Developing Sales Leaders".
Business4Breakfast seminars are free, open to the business community, and include a free breakfast. Guests may register at www.huddlestonbolen.com/events or by contacting Tasha Viglianco at 304-691-8474.
Randy Pauley, a certified trainer and collector with Health Research Systems, is the guest speaker. HRS offers Drug-Free Workplace solutions including full administration of US DOT regulated and non-regulated testing programs and a products division offering the highest quality instant, on-site drug and alcohol screening devices.
Sponsors for the seminar are Huddleston Bolen, the U.S. Small Business Administration, SCORE, and The State Journal.
Huddleston Bolen is a regional law firm with more than 50 attorneys practicing in Huntington and Charleston, West Virginia and Ashland and Louisville, Kentucky. The firm, founded in 1871, represents clients in many practice groups, including banking and finance, health care, insurance, labor and employment, litigation, natural resources, real estate, transportation, and trusts and estates.
For more information, visit www.huddlestonbolen.com.
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