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An economic and workforce development partnership agreement worked out between the CBICC and Penn State, followed by the separate announcements each organization issued. Serves as a sample agreement between a university and local chamber in a university town.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce testimony by Tammy D. McCutchen, Esq. before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce Subcommittee on Workforce Protections Hearing on “Examining the Costs and Consequences of the Administration’s Overtime Proposal”, held July 23, 2015.
The Catalyst is an eNewsletter containing business advocacy news from the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce. This edition features an Action Alert with information about the proposed revision to the Fair Labor Standards Act for overtime pay.
The Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce has prepared a sample letter you may use when submitting comments to the Department of Labor on the issue of proposed rule changes to overtime pay. We encourage you to copy and paste it into your own document and build upon it with customization on how it will impact your business, your employees, or your professional life.
This document outlines policies and procedures for using a credit card issued by the Frisco Chamber for purchases made outside the Chamber. Includes a list of purchases that are not allowed, procedures regarding receipts and sales tax, and a cardholder agreement.
This personnel manual outlines terms and conditions of employment; basic benefits; daily operating procedures, such as personal appearance, credit card usage, mileage reimbursement, and conflicts of interest; and separation.
The Longview Chamber’s survey polls members about a pending federal regulation change to raise the salary threshold at which eligible workers qualify for overtime pay. LCC would like to know if this regulation change will affect your organization and what assistance we may be able to provide you surrounding this issue.
This letter serves as the Longview Chamber’s formal comment on the proposed rule that will expand overtime pay and reduce the group of employees who will qualify for exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
The Huntingburg Chamber’s 8-question survey seeks feedback about membership from both past and present members. It also polls participants about their interest in a prospective new Membership Orientation event.
This survey seeks feedback from members about membership value, communications, Chamber leadership, and business attraction in order to help Build Bristow Better.