Vaccine resources including helpful links, HR tips and more for employers and employees
View our toolkit on business resources related to COVID-19.
Guidance on changes to employment and labor policies.
The Chamber's recent Workforce Solutions Forum brought together business leaders from around the state to find answers to a persistent...
A collection of webinars on how your business can better navigate COVID-19
Businesses across Minnesota are innovators, constantly improving their sustainability efforts and evolving to be as environmentally and socially conscious as possible.
The Minnesota Chamber announced today a suite of business products and services available to Chamber members. As business and the economy begin to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, high-quality, affordable business products and services can help them save time and money, and accelerate growth.
Minnesota’s demographics are shifting and the population is quickly aging.2 According to the State Demographer, deaths will outnumber births by the early 2040s.3 For Minnesota to experience meaningful population growth in the future, it will need to come from migration to the state.
The success of Minnesota’s economy, both now and in the future, is intrinsically linked to Minnesota’s immigrant communities. As innovators, business owners, workers, taxpayers, consumers, neighbors and connectors to other countries and cultures around the world, immigrants provide considerable benefits to our economy and our state. This report analyzes immigrants’ contributions to Minnesota through many lenses, with a specific focus on entrepreneurship, impact on regional economies and contributions to key state industries.