September 20, 2017

2017 NYS Budget and Legislative Session: Issues of Interest to Employers

Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce VP of Public Policy and Advocacy Chris Wiest, will be holding a 1 hour meeting regarding the topic below.  Attendees will  have a greater understanding of the 2017 NYS Budget and the impact on the Rochester business community.  It will help to navigate the decisions being made in Albany and properly lead and align organizations to thrive in this economic environment.

 

As a member of the Rochester Hispanic Business Association you are cordially invited to this informational session.

 

Date: Monday, March 13, 2017

Time: 8:00-9:00 a.m.

Location: Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce

Cost: complimentary, registration is required

RSVP:  please email to register

Deadline to register: Friday, March 10, 2017

 

 

 

2017 NYS Budget and Legislative Session:  Issues of Interest to Employers

 

Presenter:  Chris Wiest, Vice President Public Policy & Advocacy

Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce.

 

Will Upstate finally get ridesharing?  Will free SUNY tuition come to pass?  How about long overdue Workers’ Compensation reform?  Join us for a special Rochester Chamber affiliates briefing on the Executive budget and legislative session.  At this meeting, Rochester Chamber VP of Public Policy & Advocacy, Chris Wiest, will share highlights on the proposed 2017 NYS budget and its potential impact on employers and the broader community.  This will be an interactive meeting, so come prepared to share your ideas and thoughts!