Most workers would get to $15 by 2024; farmworkers and others will reach $15 by 2029
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce News
NEW JERSEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: How Chit Chat Diner saved the day (and night) for West Orange school kids caught on buses in storm
As he and his staff looked out the windows of the newly renovated and recently opened Chit Chat Diner in West Orange early Thursday afternoon, shift manager Leo Novakidis couldn’t help but notice a few school buses that were stuck in traffic along with just about everyone else in North Jersey.
The New Jersey League of Municipalities on Thursday awarded Tom Bracken, president and CEO of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, its Distinguished Public Service Award.
NEW JERSEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Statement from N.J. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Bracken on the Amazon Headquarters Decision
We wish Amazon success with its new headquarters in Crystal City, Virginia, and Long Island City in Queens, New York.
The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 9, 2018 elected six new members to its Board of Directors, and they represent a wide range of industries.
NEW JERSEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Statement from N.J. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Bracken on Public Question No. 1
The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce supports the Securing Our Children’s Future ballot question this November, and urges New Jersey citizens to vote “Yes” on Public Question #1 on Election Day, Nov. 6.
New Jersey already has five designated Garden State Growth zones in Atlantic City, Camden, Passaic, Paterson and Trenton (atlanticcitynj.com)
NEW JERSEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Statement from N.J. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Bracken on Gov. Murphy's Economic Development Plan
We applaud Gov. Murphy for putting forth a strong vision for New Jersey’s economic future and an inspiring view of what New Jersey can be.
NEW JERSEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: NJ Chamber of Commerce President Tom Bracken's Statement on Announced Health Care Benefits Agreement
We congratulate Gov. Phil Murphy and the leaders from the teachers and public sector unions on the announcement today that the administration has reached a cost-cutting health care benefits agreement.
I attended Gov. Phil Murphy’s news conference honoring the construction workers at the American Dream complex Tuesday in East Rutherford, and I came away with a strong sense of optimism for this soon-to-open retail and entertainment park, and what it can mean to New Jersey both economically and symbolically.