Andrew George
2016-08-26
NJBIZ

According to the latest business climate survey of state CEO’s and company presidents released this week by CohnReznick and the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, 87 percent reported that gender diversity in the workplace makes a company more competitive and is a priority in at their company.

Women in the workplace
Joe Cutter
2016-08-25
New Jersey 101.5

A new survey finds most New Jersey businessmen and businesswomen agree that women in the workplace having equal footing with men is a good idea.

But ask them whether their workplace needs improvement, and the responses differ.

Women in the workplace
Richard Newman
2016-08-24
Asbury Park Press

Women business leaders are about twice as likely as their male counterparts to say their company should put more effort into increasing gender diversity, a new poll said.

One-quarter of the women polled said their employer should be doing more to advance female employees compared to about 12 percent of the men, according to the latest CohnReznick-New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Business Climate Survey, released Wednesday.

Richard Newman
2016-08-24
The (Bergen) Record

Women business leaders are about twice as likely as their male counterparts to say their company should put more effort into increasing gender diversity, a new poll said.

One quarter of the women polled said their employer should be doing more to advance female employees compared to about 12 percent of the men, according to the latest CohnReznick-New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Business Climate Survey, released Wednesday.

Tom Bracken
Andrew George
2016-05-06
NJBIZ

New Jersey Chamber of Commerce CEO and President Tom Bracken says a meeting between the state's legislative and business leaders is long overdue.

Following up on comments made by Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Westfield) earlier in the week that legislative leaders should come together to work on a compromise measure in the ongoing Atlantic City saga and should continue to meet on a regular basis, Bracken said that such an idea was encouraging.

Tom Bracken
Andrew George
2016-04-13
NJBIZ

New Jersey's business groups welcomed news Tuesday from Gov. Chris Christie that the state's Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund had reached a surplus of about $1 billion and would lead to a roughly $200 million tax cut for employers.

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N.J. Chamber Members Network at BDO in Woodbridge

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New Jersey Chamber of Commerce members exchanged business cards and discussed the latest Chamber programs, events and ways to grow

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6th Annual N.J. Chamber Holiday Party

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N.J. Chamber of Commerce members celebrated the start of the holiday season at Calandra's Italian Village in Caldwell on Nov.

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BPU President Richard Mroz on Energy Delivery After Sandy: Balancing Reliability and Affordability

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Richard S. Mroz, president of the state Board of Public Utilities since 2014, discussed New Jersey's Energy Master Plan and

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