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MN JOB MATCH

Workforce needs are the No. 1 concern we hear among all employers, large and small, in every industry. Hiring the right people is more critical than ever. 
 

2017-2018 COMMITTEE LEADERSHIP

Volunteers are the heart of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce. Thank you to these individuals who have agreed to serve in leadership positions as chairs of our committees. We appreciate their contributions of time and talent to help advance the priorities of the statewide business community.
 
COMMITTEE CHAIRS
 
Education and Workforce Development
Jeannee Hoppe
3M
St. Paul
 
Energy
Kent Koerbitz
UPM, Blandin Paper

CHAMBER MAKES CONTINUED HEADWAY IN ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING

Minnesota employers will find additional efficiencies in the state’s environmental review and permitting processes, thanks to law changes spearheaded by the Minnesota Chamber at the 2017 Legislature.
 
“Navigating regulatory agencies is among the biggest frustrations we hear from businesses of all sizes and types,” says Tony Kwilas, Minnesota Chamber director of environmental policy. “Processes that take weeks in other states can take months and years in Minnesota – and with no certainty of the outcome.”
 

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