Chris Samuels has been hired as the new Communications Director of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce.
Helping Tempe businesses to become dementia aware is one of the goals of the DFT project which was launched in spring 2016 with a community-wide meeting. As one of the business representatives, the Tempe Chamber of Commerce is working with Mayor Mark Mitchell and the DFT action team of community leaders to develop training for businesses to help them recognize, assist and retain customers who show signs of dementia.
Through the six-month Women in Business Mentor Program, participants will learn how to assess their values, create a vision for their life, and live with purpose and passion. Candidates selected for the program will develop into stronger, more capable leaders while increasing their business skills and learning how to grow into positions of greater importance […]
The East Valley Business Expo takes place on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the Mesa Convention Center, 263 N. Center St. from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend and registration has opened for both attendees and exhibitors.
The Expo is the Southeast Valley’s largest of its kind.
By Margo Brown, Productivity Coach, Wave Productivity It was a pleasure to hear Joshua Becker speak at the NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) AZ Chapter. I wanted to share with you some of the inspiring things he said. They are followed by questions from me, ones that can move you to creating a more […]
Prop 123 is a ballot measure that, if it passes, will settle a years-long lawsuit and put $3.5 billion into Arizona’s K-12 public schools over the next 10 years without raising taxes. Voting takes place on May 17. The majority of the $3.5 billion funding comes from Arizona’s state land trust fund, an invested account […]
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the 2016 Business Excellence Awards. The awards promote the advancement of responsible business leadership and honor those that demonstrate a passion for excellence. Through the awards, the Tempe Chamber identifies companies whose practices in business growth, employee development, community involvement and customer service exemplify excellence. How […]
As the economy continues to recover and businesses continue to look for ways to fill their unfilled job openings, mentorships should play a larger role in helping new employees be effective additions to the company. The skills gap is a challenge that can be overcome by employers and job seekers so long as both are willing to spend time teaching and learning.
The Obama administration is moving closer to changing overtime regulations that will directly impact your business – whether you are large or small. If you have any exempt employees you need to be aware of these major changes being proposed.
‘Tis the season for celebration, but it’s also an important time of year to remember safety. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, emergency rooms around the country see more than 12,000 people each year for holiday-related incidents, including electrical contact involving lights and decorations. To ensure accidents aren’t part of your holiday tradition, APS offers The 12 electrical Safety Reminders of the Season.
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