PA's Two Largest Cities Threaten Business Growth with Leave Mandates
Business owners in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia are feeling the pinch from new citywide laws that force them to adhere to pre-determined, government-mandated paid time off for their employees. On behalf of member businesses across Pennsylvania, the PA Chamber is speaking out against these rules because they ignore what makes each business unique, including their size, financial situation and industry— in favor of a one-size-fits all approach that could have harmful economic consequences.
State Budget Impasse Week 7: PA Chamber Continues to Call for Responsible Spending Plan
You know the situation. The budget impasse between the Wolf administration and the General Assembly continues over the same issues that divided them back in June:
- appropriate spending levels
-proposed tax increases, and
- what to do about a $53 billion and growing public pension crisis.
FREE Informational Webinar: August 28 11 a.m. to Noon
The Advantages of Self-Funding Your Employee Healthcare
"Every company is looking for stability and transparency with their healthcare costs," says Brintan Madonna, Director-Producer Relations from our partner organization, The Benecon Group. "Finally, the Pennsylvania Chamber Insurance Benefits Consortium provides the solution."