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NEWSTennessee Chamber & State News that Impacts Your Business
Dream It. Do It.Empowering our youth to discover career opportunities in Tennessee manufacturing Since 1912, the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry has served the manufacturing community of the state as the Tennessee Manufacturers Association, and now has partnered with the University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service, Center for Industrial Services, and ASSA ABLOY Door Group to develop and implement the youth recruitment initiative of The Manufacturing Institute, part of NAM, known as Dream It. Do It. Manufacturers need to attract the next generation of talent for global success. Manufacturing careers offer good salaries and exciting opportunities to be on the cutting edge of new technologies and products. Today’s youth as well as those who influence their career choices need to be informed on all that manufacturing has to offer. Join us to learn more about Dream It. Do It. and how you can get involved.
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation 2014 Initiatives/Roundtable DiscussionTDEC 2014 Initiatives/Roundtable Discussion Pictured are the panelists from TDEC: Pat Flood, director of the Division of Solid Waste and Hazardous Management, Molly Cripps, director, Office of Energy Programs, Quincy Styke, deputy director, Air Pollution Control Division and Dr. Sandra Dudley, Director, Division of Water Resources
Tennessee Chamber Hosts Effects Of Unionization Panel DiscussionThe Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry hosted a roundtable discussion on the effects of unionization on Tuesday at the downtown Nashville YMCA. The distinguished panel featured presentations from Glenn Spencer, Executive Director, Workforce Freedom Initiative, with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Charlie McLane, Executive Director, CUE Inc., Bill Ozier, Employment Attorney, Partner, Bass, Berry & Sims, Jim Kuntz, Senior Vice President, Tennessee Bank & Trust, William May, SE Managing Director, BBK Performance Improvement LLC and Jim Gray with Gray Consulting. Republican Caucus Chairman, Rep. Glen Casada, was also in attendance and introduced the panel.
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