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Fairs aim to increase jobs for graduates

China Daily 21 Mar 2023
The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security has launched a special recruitment campaign from March 19 to May 26 aimed at achieving fuller employment of college graduates ... There will be nine livestreaming job fairs, four online employment guidance events and one policy promotion activity, the release said.

Right to Work repeal will make Michigan a leading state for workers’ rights again, unions say

Victoria Advocate 21 Mar 2023
It’s important to remember that Right to Work is a law that was really crafted by employers and bosses ... One major argument from proponents of RTW — including Republican lawmakers and groups like the Michigan Chamber of Commerce — is that having RTW laws in place makes the state more attractive to employers.

Companies that get federal subsidies should be required to provide child care

Chicago Sun-Times 21 Mar 2023
While legislative efforts are pending, the Biden administration reportedly plans to leverage the federal government’s investment in the semiconductor industry to ensure that employers provide affordable child care ... Companies can do that by consulting with Commerce officials, who will set basic guidelines, according to a report in the New York Times.

iMerit Launches AI Data Solution for Content Moderation and Community Management in Video Game Industry

Longview News-Journal 21 Mar 2023
iMerit provides end-to-end data labeling services to Fortune 500 companies in a wide array of industries including agricultural AI, autonomous vehicles, commerce, geospatial, government, financial services, medical AI, and technology. iMerit employs more than 5,500 full-time data annotation experts in Bhutan, Europe, India, and the United States.

Don Lawless

Grand Rapids Business Journal 20 Mar 2023
Lawless is a frequent speaker for a variety of organizations on legal developments and related strategies, such as the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, the Michigan Public Employer Labor Relations Association, the National ...

Avery Dennison launches AD XeroLinr DT™, its linerless label portfolio for variable information printing

Vietnam News 20 Mar 2023
The linerless market is expected to grow significantly over the next few years, especially where variable information printing needs are high such as quick service restaurants, e-commerce, and weigh-scale applications ... The company employs approximately 36,000 employees in more than 50 countries.

‘Why wait?’ SD businesses can purchase opioid overdose medication under new law

The Capital Journal 20 Mar 2023
Avera does not have any intentions to spread awareness about the bill to South Dakota employers, and the Greater Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce also does not plan to give word to its members, said Jennie Doyen, chamber vice president of member services ... Employers need a standing order from a provider before purchasing the medication.

Hundreds share hope for addictions recovery

Floyd County Chronicle 20 Mar 2023
Union College hosted the second Appalachian Gathering for Recovery Solutions March 9 ... The third speaker, Dr. Al J ... He also praised the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s recent launch of the Fair Chance Academy. The Academy offers training and other resources to employers wishing to hire those in recovery and is the first of its kind in the nation ... .

Mobile home parks offer refuge from California’s housing squeeze. Who’s watching them?

Times Standard 20 Mar 2023
“Parks that are that bad probably represent 50 or 60 parks in the state,” said Jerry Rioux, a longtime housing policy consultant employed by the state housing department ... As of 2018, the state of Ohio inspects all of its 1,540 mobile home parks every year for habitability issues, according to Brandon Klein, speaking for its Commerce Department.

OPINION: U.S. leaders must instill confidence in banking system

Enid News & Eagle 19 Mar 2023
By The Mankado (Minnesota) Free Press. The soundness of our financial infrastructure and banking system rests on the pillars of financial strength, operational integrity and consumer confidence ... They’re not crumbling just yet, but they need a review by financial structural engineers ... It wouldn’t work for business, commerce or keep people employed ... .

Chamber’s Ball presents Vitality Lincoln to Executive Club

Lincoln Journal Star 18 Mar 2023
There’s a phrase about history that goes “as things change, they tend to stay the same.” Well, you can count on the leadership of Lincoln and the Chamber of Commerce as entities that don’t want history to keep going that same direction ... This is not a plan for the Chamber of Commerce ... Jason Ball, Lincoln Chamber of Commerce president.

Corey O'Bannon Young

The Paducah Sun 18 Mar 2023
Many actors played The Man of Steel in movies and on television, but our Superman, Corey O’Bannon Young, was the real deal and he did it all without a cape. Sadly, our hero departed this world on Sunday, Feb ... During those years, Sgt ... 28, 2022, Corey was employed as a supervisor with The Department of Commerce (Census Bureau) ... Miller ... Young ... .

County jobless rate inches up

The Courier-Tribune 17 Mar 2023
Randolph County’s unemployment rate was 3.8% in January, up from 3.3% in December, the state Commerce Department reported Friday ... Historically, unemployment rates rise in January because of seasonal employment ending from the Christmas season ... employment market ... Commerce Department.

Business Briefcase

Independent Record 17 Mar 2023
Montana manufacturers employ thousands of highly skilled Montanans,” said Scott Osterman, director of the Montana Department of Commerce ... Additionally, Montana’s manufacturing employment and output growth was more than double the national average in recent years ... of Commerce.

One in 10 college graduates works in China’s digital economy: survey

People Daily 17 Mar 2023
... digital economy-related fields appeal to college graduates, suggests the report, which was jointly released by the Institute of Employment and Entrepreneurship Education, Northeast Normal University and AliResearch, the research arm of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group.

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