[email protected] has released the HERO Act Standards for prevention of airborne infectious disease.
All employers must adopt a plan by August. We’ll discuss what you need to do to comply.
Our webinar on July 12th, is open to all with a fee for non-members
In partnership w @NYSLabor, we’re hosting a series of virtual regional meetings across NY to share our Business Workforce Survey results. We invite you to bring your workforce development ideas to these regional meetings!
The first one begins 7/8.
Info - https://t.co/4g0EzXylZC pic.twitter.com/OsphcZWCPP
Very excited about the launch of the $40m Green Economy Fund announced today by @hydroquebec. This will directly support #workforce development projects for green jobs from NY’s North Country to NYC, targeting underserved communities. @BusinessNYS https://t.co/72k4BShWXA
— Amber Rangel Mooney
The Business Council Announces Dates for Signature Event: 2021 Annual Meeting ‘Back to Business’
Syracuse Basketball Coach Jim Boeheim To Deliver Keynote Address
ALBANY – The Business Council of New York State Inc., announced Wednesday, dates for the 2021 Annual Meeting to be held at The Sagamore Resort on Lake George
“The lifting of restrictions in New York State is a welcome measure for businesses who for 15 months faced unprecedented challenges, said Heather Briccetti President & CEO of The Business Council of New York State Inc. “Today’s announcement should encourage all employers who have been grappling with restrictions and mandates in a post-pandemic economy
This bill creates new mandates on businesses, large and small, struggling to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.https://t.co/2k1jSLiSjN
— The Business Council (@BusinessNYS) June 15, 2021
[email protected] joined forces with @BusinessNYS, @WestchesterBiz, and @westfaironline to survey NY businesses about how they adapted, pivoted, and survived during the COVID-19 pandemic. Take the Poll: https://t.co/LPracgHPBghttps://t.co/6gzAH05A2X
— Pace University (@PaceUniversity) June 13, 202
Once again, The Business Council's President & CEO, Heather Briccetti, has been named to the City & State Albany Power 100 list. Coming in at #50 the ranking states:
"Heather Briccetti opposed new taxes on corporations and top earners included in the state budget, which she said could hurt businesses and encourage New Yorkers to leave
"The proposal also hands incredible power to trial lawyers, who will use the broad scope and loose definitions to sue successful businesses in every sector and in every community"https://t.co/LT0sFDZonU
— The Business Council (@BusinessNYS) June 7, 2021