SAVE THE DATE: OCTOBER 23-25 | APNA Annual Conference
SAVE THE DATE: OCTOBER 23-25 | APNA Annual Conference
We’re thrilled to kick-off our 2021 APNA Business Building Webinar Series Thursday, January 21, 2021 with Tonya Sakowicz, Newborn Care Solutions. She will present Why Adding NCS Placements to Your Offerings is your Biggest Move of 2021.
If 2020 taught us anything, it is that diversification in revenue streams can be a lifesaver for any business. 2021 is giving all of us an opportunity for a fresh start, to make strategic additions to our agencies, and to ensure that we are offering diversified services to our clients.
Adding a new segment of placements and doing it with excellence can help your agency ensure it is meeting the growing client requests for Newborn Care Specialists. With many families still unable to travel and the baby boom that has started, the demand for quality in-home support is high. The candidates are there, and you can help connect families and NCS while adding a solid revenue stream to your agency.
Come join us and learn how adding this service to your agency and doing it with excellence can help diversify your services, help families and increase your 2021 revenue.
Those who attend will also receive a free 30 minute consultation to evaluate your agencies readiness to take on NCS placements with excellence.  Register Now! 
Join us again on Thursday, January 28, 2021 for our APNA Business Building Webinar featuring APNA General Council Harry Jones, Littler. An Hour with APNA’s General Counsel – Ask Me Anything
This is your opportunity as an agency owner to have your questions asked by APNA’s General Counsel, Harry Jones. We ask that all questions you may have be submitted in advance, so Mr. Jones can prepare and cover as many as possible during the webinar. Emails questions to
For over 25 years, Harry D. Jones has advised and defended employers, including dozens of jury trials. Additionally, Harry has led more than 80 high-profile investigations on behalf of school districts, cities, colleges and private institutions. He also provides day-to-day advice to human resources professionals on hiring, training, pay, discipline and termination, including a specialty in dealing with complex c-suite misconduct issues. He has led the national class action defense of wage and hour cases; and has aggressively protected business interests from unfair competition.

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