Paul Watts, Market Executive for Hargray Fiber joins us for an informative webinar to share some best practices on how to keep your information safe and secure.
from WFSU With all the bad employment news, it might seem there are no jobs to be had. But a new resource from the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce shows a surprising number of local job opportunities are now available. Chamber President Sue Dick said the new “Jobs Now” page fulfills a number of functions. “It […]
People who are out of a job will soon have a new way to connect to potential job openings in Tallahassee and the surrounding region.
New tool tries to connect hiring businesses with the unemployed as they navigate frustrating benefit registration
“Individuals are suffering, we have small businesses who have let people go. This is probably the most difficult time our community has seen.”
Nearly every employer is facing unexpected and previously unknown challenges as a result of the ongoing coronavirus and Bill & Joyce were able to answer numerous questions from attendees about what’s to come in the future.
As we continue to navigate through the uncertainty of the COVID-19 virus, Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare has implemented innovative practices to create an environment that protects both the patient and their staff.
From WCTV.tv TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — The Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce is helping employers understand the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Last week, Congress passed the First Coronavirus Response Act. The bill expands unemployment benefits, food assistance, paid sick leave and free coronavirus testing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It also requires employers to […]
Our President/CEO, Sue Dick connected with Capital Regional Medical Center CEO, Alan Keesee and Chief Nursing Officer, Ann Smith via Zoom to get an update about how the hospital is preparing for the COVID-19 crisis.
All Chamber and affiliate program events have been postponed through Friday, May 8, 2020. We will work to reschedule for later dates. We will continue to closely monitor and evaluate information and guidance provided by local authorities as well as state and federal agencies as we go forward.
“Our goal is to try and be there with real time information. Understanding that these are very unusual circumstances, we want businesses to know that we’re here to assist in anyway possible,”
As a resource to individuals and businesses, we have created www.talchamber.com/coronavirus to showcase local updates and information that can be of assistance to you and your employees.
Peter Schorsch is the President of Extensive Enterprises Media and is the publisher and executive editor of FloridaPolitics.com, INFLUENCE Magazine and a suite of podcasts and email newsletters, including “Sunburn,” the morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics.
The Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce will soon take a position in the coming months on a controversial voter referendum to create a tax-funded Children’s Services Council in Leon County.
As the U.S. labor market becomes one of the most competitive talent markets in recent history, hiring managers are faced with a greater number of challenges, and as workers become more confident in seeking better employment opportunities, employers of all sizes across multiple industries are struggling to hire qualified candidates.
If you ask Jason what he loves most about Tallahassee, he will tell you that it’s a place where you can tailor your life to the way you want to live, while building an impressive career. He wears many hats as a husband, father, coach, advocate and so much more. Jason has mastered the art of balancing between working hard and giving back.
Leon County’s low unemployment rate and steady job growth are favorable economic indicators, although like the rest of the state, there’s a significant skills gap for available and future jobs.
Local business owners and non-profit leaders learned more about the industry in Florida at WCTV’s sponsored Lunch & Learn Event. Employers learned about new legislation that could dictate how they can regulate their employees.
Tallahassee is home to major employers and is diverse in industries including healthcare, hospitality, construction, manufacturing, technology and more. We have collected information through employer surveys, direct communication with businesses and the Chamber database to compile a list of our area’s largest employers.
According to the latest U.S. News and World Report 2020 Best Online Programs rankings, FSU’s online MSIT program offered by the School of Information (iSchool) is ranked No. 5 among public universities. After being ranked No. 7 in 2018 and 2019, this two-rankings rise to the top five is an exciting milestone. “It is great to see […]
The new year may be upon us, but 2019 continues to bring good news for Tallahassee on the jobs front. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has recently released job numbers for the month of November and the data shows another significant increase in hiring. With a total count of 194,400 non-farm jobs, the Tallahassee […]