Markets are reeling coming off consecutive years of financial success across most business sectors. We were unaware at the start of 2020 that things were about to take a turn for the worse with the arrival of a global health catastrophe. Suddenly, small businesses of all sorts went from enjoying
From working with schools to offering training for businesses
We all need to play an active part in workforce development. That’s just one of the reasons we partner with area schools to bolster interaction, provide resources, and connect industry experts to students within the classroom.
For business owners, we know that you are busy running your business. The Chamber finds resources and connects them to our members on how to do business more efficiently. We also convene with government agencies to get the inside scoop on policies and procedures that will impact your business. Soon, you’ll be able to access all of this is in our members only portal.
Upcoming Educational Opportunities
On the third Thursday of each month, the Chamber offers an educational program to its members. Check our calendar to see upcoming events.
Member’s Only Forum
Soon, you’ll find educational resources, webinar access, past presentation materials and more. You can also update your Chamber Directory listing to add new colleagues, change your hours, or more. If you don’t know your login information – no worries! Shoot us a message and we’ll get that right to you.
Emphasize your efforts on three key areas Mason County is now considered eligible to file for a variance to move toward Stage Two per Governor Inslee’s May 19 press conference. Most states have begun reopening their economies, at least in part. That is the good news. Reopening means its time
This year of COVID-19 is anything but business as usual and is truly uncharted territory for you, your employees, and your customers. To champion your efforts to reopen and begin recovery, the Chamber has compiled a Back-to-Business Toolkit to help guide you through the process. Reopening must balance careful planning
On Video Employment Security Department’s Adjudication Manager Kevin Dinnen discussed traditional unemployment benefits, the new Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, and the system upgrade to allow newly eligible parties to apply for benefits. https://youtu.be/z96nk4yQFOg Shared Links Eligibility Checklist Application Checklist Sign up for a SAW account How to apply for benefits How
SharedWork makes the Dream Work With the extension of a statewide stay-home order across Washington through May 6, many of us are becoming a bit apprehensive. Employers, in particular, are scrambling to figure out ways to stay afloat and keep employees. To that end, the WA Employment Security Department is