The gap between available jobs and available talent in Minnesota is growing. While Minnesota’s negative migration trends have widened this...
Accidents happen, and the resulting damage, medical costs, and other costs could exceed your business’ insurance limits. Consider this scenario...
The Grow Minnesota! program was founded in 2003 on a simple premise: chambers of commerce and economic development organizations can...
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business series continued with an event focused on the impact of the potential...
Minnesota just passed a bill that legalizes THC in edibles. View the full on-demand webinar to hear from these experts on how to protect your business along with your employees as we navigate THC edibles' possible involvement in the workplace.
A UI Trust Fund fix was recently enacted and the new law impacts every employer in the state. Unfortunately, this change happened after employers were billed under the old tax rates and many businesses have already paid these higher taxes. On May 9, the Chamber hosted a webinar featuring DEED Commissioner Steve Grove on employers' UI tax bills, as well as Commissioner Roslyn Robertson of the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry on frontline worker bonuses.
Hiring the best person for an open position shouldn’t preclude those with criminal backgrounds. In fact, making second-chance hiring part of your corporate culture can increase employee retention rate, with 82 percent of hiring managers saying the quality of these employees matches or exceeds the quality of other employees. The Minnesota Chamber recently hosted a virtual event to help businesses learn approaches to hiring within this group, as well as how to help them thrive as employees for your business. See below to view the free, on-demand webinar, as well as access relevant resources to help your business learn more about second-chance hiring.
Online business databases can be an effective and low-cost way to identify other companies in your market – whether as potential suppliers, competitors or potential customers. Such datasets are often only a starting point, but they can be a valuable tool to assess the landscape and further refine your market research efforts.