Guidance on changes to employment and labor policies.
The Minnesota Chamber Foundation economic dashboard is, aimed at providing real-time updates on Minnesota’s economy as the state begins to...
Over the last five years, there is no topic that Minnesota employers have discussed more than workforce. Many struggled to...
Find your community on this list, and apply for valuable resources to keep your company operating. If you don’t see...
We are now just under a month from Election Day. While what’s at stake at the top of the ticket is clear and engagement at the presidential level is high, that’s not always the case for Minnesota’s legislative races. Yet, these races have significant implications for the future of our state.
We are now less than a month from Election Day. While what’s at stake at the top of the ticket is clear and engagement at the presidential level is high, that’s not always the case for Minnesota’s legislative and local races. Yet, these races have significant implications for the future of our state.
Chambers of commerce are known for connecting the business community – at every level – throughout the state. Local chambers and the Minnesota Chamber host events with high-level speakers, important and timely topics, and the opportunity to grow your businesses by getting to know each other.
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce’s 2019-20 Legislative Voting Record reports key votes on priority business community concerns. Because of the election year, we felt it important to include both sessions in the biennium to enable readers to view the entirety of votes scored.
Energy is increasingly a major operating expense at all types and sizes of businesses. Almost any worksite has plenty of easy changes to conserve energy and save money, such as regulating heating and cooling, tuning up existing systems, or reducing heat loss. Recently, the Minnesota Chamber's Energy Smart worked with Lupulin Brewing in Big Lake to receive grants and rebates to create thousands of dollars in annual energy savings.