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The Impact of Abrasive Bosses on Employees’ Emotional Well-being: 4 Things Executive Leaders Need to Know

July 23, 2024 / Comments Off on The Impact of Abrasive Bosses on Employees’ Emotional Well-being: 4 Things Executive Leaders Need to Know
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The Impact of Abrasive Bosses on Employees’ Emotional Well-being: 4 Things Executive Leaders Need to Know by Bonnie Artman Fox   Addressing the abrasive behavior of top-performing talent often takes a backseat. As an executive leader, the complexity of balancing outstanding results with a harmonious work environment can leave you wondering “Do I prioritize operational…

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Understanding the Role of GAP Plans

July 17, 2024 / Comments Off on Understanding the Role of GAP Plans

Understanding the Role of GAP Plans My Benefit Advisor In the complex landscape that exists within healthcare, individuals often encounter unforeseen expenses that can put a substantial strain on their financial well-being. To help their workers better prepare for these situations, employers can install GAP health insurance options as a valuable component of their employee…

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Strategies for Improving Employee Retention in Small Businesses

July 15, 2024 / Comments Off on Strategies for Improving Employee Retention in Small Businesses

Keeping your team together is key, especially for small businesses. Think about it: every time someone walks out the door, it’s not just a goodbye party you’re throwing; it’s time, money, and energy spent on finding someone new and getting them up to speed. Not to mention, it can really bring down morale when people…

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Enhancing Workplace Satisfaction Through Employee Recognition Programs

July 10, 2024 / Comments Off on Enhancing Workplace Satisfaction Through Employee Recognition Programs

Employee satisfaction directly correlates with productivity, morale, and overall workplace harmony. Recognizing and appreciating employees’ efforts can significantly boost their job satisfaction. Read on to learn more about increasing workplace satisfaction through effective employee recognition programs and practical tips on implementing them. What Are Employee Recognition Programs? Employee recognition programs are formal or informal initiatives…

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3 Innovative Hiring Strategies for Small Business

July 1, 2024 / Comments Off on 3 Innovative Hiring Strategies for Small Business

Securing the right talent is crucial for growth, especially for small businesses facing unique recruitment challenges. The hiring landscape is constantly changing, requiring small business owners to be flexible and adopt innovative recruitment strategies to stay competitive. Leveraging social media and advanced technologies in recruitment can significantly enhance a small business’s ability to attract top…

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Leadership Westmoreland Alumni Step Up for Leadership Westmoreland Youth Academy 2024

July 1, 2024 / Comments Off on Leadership Westmoreland Alumni Step Up for Leadership Westmoreland Youth Academy 2024

Leadership Westmoreland Alumni, alongside other industry representatives and professional speakers from around Westmoreland County, played a pivotal role in the success of Leadership Westmoreland Youth Academy 2024. Held from June 17-21, 2024, at the Westmoreland Conservation District’s location on Donahoe Road in Greensburg, the Academy hosted high school students from across Westmoreland County. The venue,…

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Youth Leadership 2024

July 1, 2024 / Comments Off on Youth Leadership 2024

Youth Leadership 2024 Ten high school students from Derry Area High School, Southmoreland High School, Franklin Regional High School, Greensburg Salem High School, Penn-Trafford High School, Norwin High School, and Yough High School participated in the Leadership Westmoreland Youth Academy from June 17-21, 2024. Now in its sixth year, this week-long experience is supported by…

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Securing Funding for PA’s Critical Bridge Improvements

June 26, 2024 / Comments Off on Securing Funding for PA’s Critical Bridge Improvements

Securing Funding for PA’s Critical Bridge Improvements By Dan DeBone, President/CEO, Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce   Bridges provide crucial access between regions and cities, linking workers to jobs, goods to markets, and people to essential services. According to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), transportation agencies need $70.9 billion to overcome the current backlog of…

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Five Time Management Strategies for Small Business Owners and Team Leaders

June 24, 2024 / Comments Off on Five Time Management Strategies for Small Business Owners and Team Leaders

Why Time Management Matters Small business owners and team leaders frequently handle a broad range of tasks, from strategic planning and operational oversight to customer service and team coordination. Without effective time management, these duties can quickly become overwhelming, leading to missed deadlines, subpar work quality, and burnout. By prioritizing tasks and managing time wisely,…

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How to Establish Credit for Your Small Business

June 19, 2024 / Comments Off on How to Establish Credit for Your Small Business

Starting a business is an exciting venture with opportunities and challenges. As a small business owner or entrepreneur, having a brilliant idea and solid plan is not enough to ensure your business can grow and succeed. One crucial aspect often overlooked is establishing and maintaining good credit. This can be vital, especially during tough financial…

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Inbound or Outbound Marketing: Which one is best for your small business?

June 11, 2024 / Comments Off on Inbound or Outbound Marketing: Which one is best for your small business?

Inbound Marketing vs. Outbound Marketing: What’s the Difference? Inbound Marketing focuses on attracting potential customers to your business through content marketing, social media, search engine optimization (SEO), and other strategies designed to pull people in. It’s a permission-based approach where customers seek you out for valuable and relevant content. Some of the key elements of inbound marketing…

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The Power of Behind-the-Scenes Videos: Boosting Your Brand and Sales

June 5, 2024 / Comments Off on The Power of Behind-the-Scenes Videos: Boosting Your Brand and Sales

The Power of Behind-the-Scenes Videos: Boosting Your Brand and Sales   In the ever-evolving landscape of digital marketing, small business owners are constantly on the lookout for innovative ways to engage their audience, grow their following, and ultimately, increase sales. One trend that has been gaining significant traction is the creation of behind-the-scenes (BTS) videos.…

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June 2024 – Pheple Federal Credit Union

June 3, 2024 / Comments Off on June 2024 – Pheple Federal Credit Union

Pheple Federal Credit Union: June 2024 Chamber Champion Pheple Federal Credit Union has been honored as the Westmoreland County Chamber Champion for June 2024, a prestigious recognition that underscores their exceptional contributions to the community and unwavering commitment to enhancing financial wellness for their members. This accolade, awarded by the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce, highlights…

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June 2024 – Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival

May 29, 2024 / Comments Off on June 2024 – Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival

Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival: Non-Profit of the Month for June The Westmoreland County Heritage & Arts Festival has been named the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit of the Month for June 2024. This prestigious recognition highlights the festival’s significant contributions to the local community, celebrating its rich cultural heritage and fostering a vibrant…

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Reforming NOL Provisions is Crucial for Pennsylvania’s Economic Future

May 29, 2024 / Comments Off on Reforming NOL Provisions is Crucial for Pennsylvania’s Economic Future

Op Ed: Reforming NOL Provisions is Crucial for Pennsylvania’s Economic Future by Dan DeBone, President/CEO of the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce   As Pennsylvania’s budget discussions and negotiations continue, there is an urgent issue that needs immediate attention: the state’s outdated and restrictive Net Operating Loss (NOL) carryforward provisions. For too long, Pennsylvania has…

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5 Emails That Will Grow Your Business

May 29, 2024 / Comments Off on 5 Emails That Will Grow Your Business
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5 Emails That Will Grow Your Business Not all visitors are immediately prepared to make a purchase. However, a significant number are eager to learn from you. This underscores the importance of having a lead magnet on your website-a complimentary resource, training, or course for which visitors are willing to exchange their email addresses. Unlike social media…

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10 Innovative (and Cost-Free) Strategies to Grow Your Small Business

May 21, 2024 / Comments Off on 10 Innovative (and Cost-Free) Strategies to Grow Your Small Business

10 Innovative (and Cost-Free) Strategies to Grow Your Small Business Growing a small business can often seem daunting, especially when you don’t have the same marketing budget as large corporations. However, it’s a mistake to think that you can’t afford to market your business effectively. There are numerous creative and budget-friendly ways to attract new…

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The Tool Belt Generation: Revitalizing Our Workforce, One Trade at a Time 

May 15, 2024 / Comments Off on The Tool Belt Generation: Revitalizing Our Workforce, One Trade at a Time 

The Tool Belt Generation: Revitalizing Our Workforce, One Trade at a Time In today’s workforce, a new generation is adapting their skills to meet the demands of a changing job market. With the rising cost of college education, Gen Z is finding alternative career paths, turning to trades such as construction, mechanics and electronics. This…

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Maximizing Your Influence in the Workplace: Strategies from Communication Expert Matt Abrahams

May 6, 2024 / Comments Off on Maximizing Your Influence in the Workplace: Strategies from Communication Expert Matt Abrahams

Maximizing Your Influence in the Workplace: Strategies from Communication Expert Matt Abrahams   In the rapid and competitive nature of today’s work environment, possessing the skills to influence others, make decisive choices, and steer projects to success has never been more crucial. Matt Abrahams, a communications expert, Stanford professor, and the author of Think Faster, Talk…

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9 Essential Retail Marketing Strategies for 2024

April 30, 2024 / Comments Off on 9 Essential Retail Marketing Strategies for 2024

9 Essential Retail Marketing Strategies for 2024 In an era where e-commerce giants seem to be taking over, the significance of brick-and-mortar retail can’t be overlooked. Generational preferences, along with the 24/7 convenience of online shopping, account for much of the differences between online buying habits compared to in- store. Still, many consumers note that…

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Our Region’s Business with Bill Flanagan

April 30, 2024 / Comments Off on Our Region’s Business with Bill Flanagan

Our Region’s Business with Bill Flanagan-  A Collaborative Effort by Westmoreland County Chamber, Trying Together & Duolingo   The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce recently featured on “Our Region’s Business” with Bill Flanagan, showcased its commitment to addressing the critical issue of childcare accessibility and affordability in the region. In collaboration with Chamber member Trying…

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FTC Bans Non-Competes

April 30, 2024 / Comments Off on FTC Bans Non-Competes

FEATURED ARTICLE: FTF Bans Non-Competes As the President of the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce, it’s important for me to keep you informed about regulatory changes that could impact your businesses. One such change that I want to bring to your attention is the recent decision by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to ban most…

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May 2024 – Achieving True Self

April 29, 2024 / Comments Off on May 2024 – Achieving True Self

Celebrating Achieving True Self: Chamber Champion for May The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to announce Achieving True Self as the esteemed “Chamber Champion” for the month of May. This honor is a testament to their exceptional commitment to serving the community and their relentless dedication to improving lives through their innovative approach…

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Extreme Ownership: How Leaders Can Transform Business Culture with Radical Responsibility

April 24, 2024 / Comments Off on Extreme Ownership: How Leaders Can Transform Business Culture with Radical Responsibility

Extreme Ownership: How Leaders Can Transform Business Culture with Radical Responsibility Jocko Willink explains that extreme ownership is more than a strategy; it’s a mindset shift that changes how we see leadership. Willink, a highly decorated former Navy SEAL officer and bestselling author of Extreme Ownership, recounts a harrowing incident from Ramadi, Iraq, in his 2017 TedTalk.…

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Understanding the Complex Role of HR in Today’s Workplace

April 16, 2024 / Comments Off on Understanding the Complex Role of HR in Today’s Workplace

Understanding the Complex Role of HR in Today’s Workplace The HR Paradox: Balancing Unity and Division Many people think HR is just there to enforce management’s rules without question. But the reality is more complex. A successful company depends on HR’s skill in balancing what the bosses want with taking care of employees’ needs. In…

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AI is a Tool, Not an Employee

April 10, 2024 / Comments Off on AI is a Tool, Not an Employee

AI is a Tool, Not an Employee Submitted by Mark Whittaker, Whitmark Digital Have you been paying attention to the artificial intelligence revolution? I have, and many of us in digital marketing find it hard to talk about anything else these days. It’s hard to summarize “AI” in just a few paragraphs, and new AI…

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Think Twice Before Hiring or Promoting “Brilliant Jerks”

April 3, 2024 / Comments Off on Think Twice Before Hiring or Promoting “Brilliant Jerks”

Arianna Huffington, the co-founder of The Huffington Post, famously criticized the practice of valuing employees solely based on their brilliance. She coined the term “brilliant jerks” for those who excel in their job but have a negative impact on the workplace. While it can be tempting to ignore interpersonal flaws for talent’s sake, promoting or hiring such individuals…

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April 2024- Mutual Aid EMS

April 1, 2024 / Comments Off on April 2024- Mutual Aid EMS
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Mutual Aid EMS Named Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce’s Non-Profit of the Month. On behalf of the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce, we are thrilled to announce Mutual Aid Ambulance Service as the recipient of our prestigious “Non-Profit of the Month” award for April. Mutual Aid is a cornerstone of our community, providing essential emergency…

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April 2024- Solutionist aka Dan the Swag Man

April 1, 2024 / Comments Off on April 2024- Solutionist aka Dan the Swag Man
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Celebrating April’s Chamber Champion: Dan Galbraith – Solutionist Wearables & Advertising Giveaways   The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce is delighted to recognize Dan Galbraith, affectionately known as “Dan the Swag Man,” as our Chamber Champion for the month of April. Dan serves as the President and Owner of Solutionist Wearables & Advertising Giveaways, a…

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Empowering the Future: Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Launches Young Professional Group

April 1, 2024 / Comments Off on Empowering the Future: Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Launches Young Professional Group
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The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce proudly announces the establishment of its inaugural Young Professional group, marking a pivotal moment in the region’s efforts to cultivate the next generation of business leaders. With a steadfast commitment to collaboration, innovation, and amplifying the collective voice of emerging professionals, this initiative stands as a beacon of opportunity…

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How to Verify the Accuracy of an Applicant’s Resume

March 27, 2024 / Comments Off on How to Verify the Accuracy of an Applicant’s Resume

In today’s job market, it’s quite common for applicants to exaggerate on their resumes. A surprising find by CareerBuilder shows that 75% of hiring managers have spotted lies on resumes. This highlights a big problem in hiring – how can employers trust what’s on a resume? With the honesty of candidate qualifications on the line, it’s important…

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Navigating the Marketing Maze: A Small Business Guide to Maximizing A Small Marketing Budget

March 19, 2024 / Comments Off on Navigating the Marketing Maze: A Small Business Guide to Maximizing A Small Marketing Budget

Small business owners face marketing challenges with limited resources. But that doesn’t mean you can’t learn to play the game, and it starts with making the most of your budget. When you focus on knowing your numbers, strengths, and connecting with customers, you can make smarter decisions with your marketing dollars. Read on to discover…

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The Significance of Boosting Mental Health Coverage in Employee Benefits

March 13, 2024 / Comments Off on The Significance of Boosting Mental Health Coverage in Employee Benefits
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In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the importance of employee health and well-being in the workplace. While physical health has traditionally been the focus of employee health insurance, mental health has emerged as an equally vital aspect of overall well-being. In this article, we will discuss the relevance of mental health…

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Navigating the Digital Waters: Guarding Against Phishing in the Business Ocean

March 11, 2024 / Comments Off on Navigating the Digital Waters: Guarding Against Phishing in the Business Ocean
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The  Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce remains committed to safeguarding your interests and ensuring the security of your valuable information. Recently, we’ve become aware of a concerning issue affecting some of our members – phishing attempts aimed at extracting sensitive data. The Threat at Hand It has come to our attention that certain members have…

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5 Key Connections Every Leader Must Have in Their Professional Network

March 7, 2024 / Comments Off on 5 Key Connections Every Leader Must Have in Their Professional Network
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The path to successful leadership often depends on your network. Your connections shape who you are and who you’ll become. Cultivating connections is strategic, like building a chessboard where each piece is vital. To be an effective leader, surround yourself with those who expand your horizons, challenge you, and support your growth. Each leadership role…

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Mastering Client Connections: Navigating Dinners, Golf Outings, and Events

February 29, 2024 / Comments Off on Mastering Client Connections: Navigating Dinners, Golf Outings, and Events
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Building strong connections with clients is an essential part of the sales process, and one effective way to achieve this is by taking them out to dinner, golf outings, or events. However, successfully navigating these social situations requires a delicate balance between professionalism and personal engagement. Here are some tips to ensure a successful connection…

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Break the Ice, Break the Stress: Making Remote Meetings More Fun

February 14, 2024 / Comments Off on Break the Ice, Break the Stress: Making Remote Meetings More Fun
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You know the drill. Click “join meeting,” watch the webcam flicker on, and hope the faces you’re staring at feel more enthusiastic than you. How is it that 87% of workers report wanting work-from-home flexibility yet most of us dread virtual meetings? And what’s the cost of boring meetings? Employee disengagement, lost productivity, and poor workplace satisfaction.…

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Unlock Productivity: Case for a Four Day Work Week

February 5, 2024 / Comments Off on Unlock Productivity: Case for a Four Day Work Week
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Case for a Four Day Work Week If you’ve ever felt trapped at your desk on a Friday, anxiously watching the clock until the weekend arrives, you’re not alone. The four-day work week is like a mythical land of increased productivity, reduced burnout, and better work-life balance. But what if this utopia could be a…

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February 2024- New Century Careers

January 31, 2024 / Comments Off on February 2024- New Century Careers
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The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce is extremely proud to select New Century Careers as the Chamber Champion for the month of February . New Century Careers was established as a nonprofit organization in 1999. Since then, New Century Careers has strived to grow the skills of Southwestern Pennsylvania’s manufacturing workforce to improve the lives…

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Insightful Dialogue on Regional Growth

January 31, 2024 / Comments Off on Insightful Dialogue on Regional Growth

Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce’s Inaugural Roundtable Sparks Insightful Dialogue on Regional Growth   The Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce recently convened its inaugural Roundtable discussion for 2024, marking a significant milestone in fostering collaboration among diverse business leaders, board members, and stakeholders. The event aimed to facilitate an open exchange of concerns and ideas, not confined…

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Government Outreach -October 20, 2023

October 20, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -October 20, 2023
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Government Affairs & General Updates October 20, 2023 1. Pennsylvania House passes bill to prohibit ‘speculative ticketing’ The Pennsylvania House passed legislation earlier this week that would prohibit speculative ticketing. That’s when ticket resellers list event tickets for resale even though they haven’t obtained the tickets yet. House Bill 1658, which advanced Wednesday, would bar…

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Government Outreach -September 22, 2023

September 25, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -September 22, 2023
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Government Affairs & General Updates September 22, 2023 1. Senate begins moving ‘curriculum transparency’ bill. A Senate committee this week approved legislation that would require school districts to post information about what teachers are teaching in class and the books they are using to conduct those lessons. Senate Bill 340 would require schools to post…

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Government Outreach -September 25, 2023

September 25, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -September 25, 2023
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Government Affairs & General Updates September 25, 2023 1. Pa. chambers eye impact of special election Lindsay Powell’s victory in Tuesday’s special election allowed Pennsylvania Democrats to retain their razor-thin 102-101 majority in the state’s House of Representatives. While the election was decided by voters in Pittsburgh, its impact will be felt far beyond the…

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Government Outreach -September 11, 2023

September 11, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -September 11, 2023
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Government Affairs & General Updates September 11, 2023 1. Special election in western Pennsylvania to determine if Democrats or GOP take control of the House – Majority control of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives will again come down to a special election later this month, when Republican voters attempt to flip power back to their…

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Government Outreach -September 8, 2023

September 8, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -September 8, 2023
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Government Affairs & General UpdatesSeptember 8, 2023 1. The last part of the Pa. budget standoff is costing state courts millions of dollars Thanks to budget dysfunction in the state Capitol, people filing divorces, estates, and many other legal actions across Pennsylvania are getting a financial break while courts lose millions of dollars. Authorization under…

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Government Outreach -August 31, 2023

August 31, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -August 31, 2023
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Government Affairs & General Updates August 31, 2023 1. Senate passes pair of code bills but House Democrats say there’s no agreement on the provisions in the legislation. The state Senate sent a pair of budget-related bills Wednesday though it’s unclear how much, if any, progress the effort made toward settling the unresolved issues with…

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New to Our Website: Resume Posting

August 30, 2023 / Comments Off on New to Our Website: Resume Posting
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New to Our Website: Resume Posting The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce has expanded its website to include features for employers and job seekers. Posting your resume on the Chamber’s website can indeed offer several benefits. Here are the top five reasons why you should consider using this feature: Targeted Exposure: The Chamber of Commerce…

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Government Outreach -August 25, 2023

August 25, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -August 25, 2023
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Government Affairs & General Updates August 25, 2023 1. Who’s to blame for the budget delays? Poll suggests voters aren’t sure but Shapiro remains historically popular. The new Franklin and Marshall poll suggests voters are more likely to blame lawmakers for the budget delay than they are to blame the governor. While voters surveyed by…

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Government Outreach -August 23, 2023

August 23, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -August 23, 2023
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Government Affairs & General Updates August 23, 2023 1. Business leaders, lawmakers hope for bipartisan action on permitting reform – Leaders from the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce partnered with two state senators on Tuesday to push for state-level permitting reforms, making the case that a streamlined and…

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Remove Barriers to Doing Business in Westmoreland County

August 23, 2023 / Comments Off on Remove Barriers to Doing Business in Westmoreland County

Remove Barriers to Doing Business in Westmoreland County Business leaders can face a lot of red tape and hurdles when moving into a new area or expanding current operations. Everything from funding to local ordinances to neighbor goodwill can hamstring even the most basic decisions. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a business shaman…

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Defining Corporations

August 16, 2023 / Comments Off on Defining Corporations

Defining Corporations Corporations get a bad rap. People seem to think they only destroy Main Streets. But nothing is ever as clear as day or night. Defining corporations and how they benefit communities requires a more in-depth look.  What’s A Corporation?  The label of corporation refers mostly to taxes. On a basic level, a corporation…

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Government Outreach -August 3, 2023

August 3, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -August 3, 2023
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Government Affairs & General UpdatesAugust 3, 2023 1 .Senate returning to Capitol today to sign budget as negotiations on code bills continue. Senate President Pro Tem Kim Ward announced Wednesday evening that the Ssnate will hold a session day Thursday so the budget can be signed after weeks of delay that prevented the state from paying…

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Government Outreach -August 1, 2023

August 1, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -August 1, 2023
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Government Affairs & General UpdatesAugust 1, 2023 1. House lawmaker seeks to ensure funding for essential services during impasse. A House lawmaker wants to ensure that state payment for delivery of essential services continues during a state budget impasse. Rep. Marla Brown, R-Lawrence, plans to introduce a bill to declare payments funneled by three state…

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August 2023 Newsletter

August 1, 2023 / Comments Off on August 2023 Newsletter

August 2023 (ed. 8) In this edition: Feature Article: Did You Know? 5 ways the Chamber Works for YOU! From the Desk of Dan DeBone: Toxic Workplaces and Bosses Have These in Common Non-Profit of the Month: Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region Chamber Champion of the Month: True Light Communications LLC Financial…

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Government Outreach -July 18, 2023

July 18, 2023 / Comments Off on Government Outreach -July 18, 2023
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Government Affairs & General UpdatesJuly 18, 2023   1. What’s next as Pa. prepares to spend $1.2B on broadband – Before Pennsylvania can spend an almost $1.2 billion windfall of federal funding for high-speed internet, it must figure out how to use it. More than 270,000 locations across the commonwealth can’t get internet at speeds…

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