Wednesday, Nov. 14
Massachusetts Association of Insurance Women, Dinner Meeting, 6 p.m., Holiday Inn, Route 1 north, Peabody. Kathryne Beckwith will present a workers’ compensation seminar; two CEUs available. Anyone working in an insurance-related occupation in Massachusetts is invited to join MAIW or attend the meeting. 978-546-3601 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, Nov. 15
Coffee Connection, 8 to 9 a.m., The Hamilton Group, 900 Cummings Center, Suite 201U, Beverly. The Hamilton Group will host a Coffee Connection. Coffee and light breakfast provided. Attendees have a chance to win a door prize. Learn more at www.thehamiltongroup.com.
“HR Issues You Need To Know About,” 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., Enterprise Center, Salem State University, 121 Loring Ave. Get up-to-date on existing, new and pending state and federal laws that, if ignored, can have serious repercussions. Workshop will deal with how laws and regulations apply to real-world situations, like hiring, firing, medical leaves and more. Speaker: Lori Harrigan, managing principal at Human Resource Solutions. Free. enterprisectr.org.
Friday, Nov. 16
North Shore Business Forum: “Food for Thought,” 7:30 a.m., Danversport Yacht Club, 161 Elliott St., Danvers. Dr. Tim O’Leary of Peabody Family Chiropractic will speak on improving and maintaining one’s brain through nutritional choices. $10 admission includes continental breakfast. www.nsbforum.org.
North Shore Business Leads Group, 8 to 9:30 a.m., North Shore Chamber of Commerce boardroom, 5 Cherry Hill St., Suite 100, Danvers. Attendees will have an opportunity to market their firm; give a two-minute commercial; hand out business cards and promotional materials; and gain referrals, leads and more. Limited to first 30 attendees. $25/ticket. Members only. 978-774-8565 or www.northshorechamber.org/secure/new_register_leads.html.
Sunday, Nov. 18
“We Can Fix This” Movie Screening and Networking Event, 10 a.m., CinemaSalem, Museum Place Mall, East India Square, Salem. Join Green Salem Business Challenge and Salem businesses for a free screening of “Deep Green,” a film that takes a positive approach to addressing the condition of the environment. Film is based on six years of intensive research and devoted exclusively to solutions to man-made global warming and cuts through the clutter of information (and misinformation) to bring new clarity to an increasingly urgent situation. Come early for networking and coffee. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. www.deepgreenmovie.com or www.cinemasalem.com