Veterans in the Workforce
If Maryland wants to stay ‘Open for Business’, we need to do better.
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If you share the belief that Maryland is better for everyone when it’s better for business, you belong in the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.
We are the only statewide voice for the business community, working to make Maryland regionally, nationally and globally competitive.
Veterans in the Workplace aims to educate business leaders and human resource professionals on ways to effectively source and support veteran hiring in the workplace. A part of Maryland Chamber’s MD Spotlight series, this event will focus on identifying, attracting and filling in-demand roles with top talent.
A night true to its name. As an expansion upon what was previously known as the Business Hall of Fame Awards, Inspire MD is a formal evening designed to inspire you to draw from honorees’ examples of leadership and celebrate the unique ways businesses are strengthening Maryland’s business community.
Focusing on the need to improve health care, Wellness in the Workplace discusses how employers can promote resiliency within their organizations through a positive wellness approach. Learn how to better manage the impact of stress and opioid addiction in the workplace and community.
Even during this time of relative prosperity, both in Maryland and throughout the country, a vexing conundrum persists: many young people can’t find jobs, while far too many employers can’t find people with the right entry-level skills.
This year marked the passage of a number of bills of significance to employers, including minimum wage increases, expanded workplace harassment protections, new restrictions on criminal background checks, and more.
The biohealth industry is one of the most important within Maryland’s high-tech economy. It is an industry that is often misunderstood.
Starting on April 15, 2019, a new Baltimore City Ordinance requires employers in Baltimore City to provide lactation accommodations to breastfeeding employees.
Those that go before us, have shown us the way. Maryland native, E. Ralph Hostetter, passed away on March 26th at the age of 97.
Home to more than 2,850 biotech and life sciences companies, Maryland is on the front line of developing lifesaving vaccines and unparalleled innovations. Growth within the region is rapid—and the results are revolutionary.