4 Things Small Businesses Should Consider to Survive the Summer

The summer sun warming our skin can elicit feelings of happiness, relaxation and, for many, quality time with family. This change in season can also bring about a number of considerations for small businesses. Here are a few pieces of guidance to keep in mind during..

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A New Recruiting Tool: The Greater MEmphis Relocation Guide

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5 ways Young Professionals can get plugged into Memphis

A low cost of living, an economic boom and a reputation as one of the most authentic and unique cultures in the South have all contributed to making Memphis a hot spot for young professionals. 

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Chamber discusses workforce and cultural exchange with Japanese leaders

Established within the Japan Foundation in April 1991, the Center of Global Partnerships (CGP) was created to promote collaboration between the people of Japan, the United States, and beyond to address issues of global concern.

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Rhodes College in Memphis Ranks Best in Tennessee for Job Placement

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Could UNCONSCIOUS Bias Impact your Business?

On Wednesday, June 5th, Sephora closed its stores nationwide to provide diversity training for all 16,000 of the company’s employees. The temporary closure and training protocol were implemented after singer SZA publicly shared an experience in which she reported..

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Employers MUST tap INto The reentry population

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Welcome Kyla Guyette to WIN

The Greater Memphis Chamber is excited to welcome Kyla Guyette as the new Executive Director of the Workforce Investment Network.

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Considerations in Creating a Diverse Workplace

It is almost axiomatic in the 21st Century that workplace diversity is not merely a good thing but that it is nearly a mandatory component of running a successful business. That said, what does “diversity” mean? For some employers, it’s ensuring that a workplace is..

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HIRE Memphis Connects Youths to Local Jobs

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