The face coverings will help provide a safe experience for employees and customers, all in line with the recommendations of national, state, and local health experts.
The list comprises urban areas between 100,000 and 500,000 residents and considers six key factors — place, product, people, prosperity, programming, and promotion. Based on that criteria, the firm has ranked Tallahassee the 42nd best small city in America.
A business establishment means a location with a roof overhead under which any business is conducted, goods are made, stored or processed, or where services are rendered. The term “business establishment” also includes locations where non-profit, governmental, churches and quasi-governmental entities facilitate public interactions and conduct business.
Based on the input we have received from our members, volunteer leadership, and Chamber staff, the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce has decided to cancel this year’s Annual Community Conference, approved by a unanimous vote from our Board of Directors.
The Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce has been a rock for our local small businesses during this pandemic, bringing content on a daily basis to both members and non-members.
A task force at Tallahassee Community College is expected to prepare recommendations for moving forward with reopening in the fall. The task force, appointed by TCC President Jim Murdaugh and chaired by TCC provost and executive vice president Madeline Pumariega, consists of internal staff and community leaders serving in an advisory capacity, including Chamber President/CEO, Sue Dick.
From WCTV TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – While many local businesses are finally allowing customers return, some have already suffered a fatal blow. Small, independent businesses have been especially hard hit, like Paws Pet Boutique off Thomasville Road. Despite a loyal customer base, management said stay-at-home order evaporated revenue, but the costs continued to pile up. […]
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According to preliminary data from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, the Tallahassee MSA saw a loss of 3,754 jobs in March of 2020.
With over 300+ free and discounted courses, individuals have the opportunity to improve the quality and skillsets without breaking the bank. This is a great chance to help to gain knowledge, improve quality, increase productivity and succeed in today’s competitive business world.
As one of the Chamber’s strategic priorities is talent/workforce, one of our principal roles is to help connect people with skills and talent to job opportunities that can help stabilize their families. Even in this difficult time, there are jobs to be found.
President/CEO joined Gary Yordon on the Usual Suspects to talk about our new Jobs Now initiative along with some of the steps we’re taking to support our business community during the COVID-19 crisis.
Canita Gunter Peterson and Andrea Medley of Thomas Howell Ferguson P.A. CPAs walk us through important things businesses should know including the Paycheck Protection Program, tax savings opportunities, retirement plan and distribution changes.
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.