Keeping Talented Students in New Jersey’s Workforce

THE COMMERCE and Industry Association of New Jersey and its members want to work with state government and our colleges and universities to keep the best and the brightest students from New Jersey in New Jersey. We have one of the most educated workforces, and providing opportunities for the next generation of inventors, entrepreneurs and leaders is in our mutual
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New Jersey’s LSRP Program is Working and Improving

NEW JERSEY’S Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) program is an outstanding example of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s (NJDEP’s) success at being innovative and transforming the way we carry out our mission. Since the start of this program, the pace and progress of remedial investigations have picked up markedly. Responsible parties have clear goals and understand our expectations
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Honoring Companies that Care: Recognizing Corporate Giving

THE COMMERCE and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ) in partnership with COMMERCE will salute corporate philanthropy at the 5th Annual Companies that Care Awards Conference on March 20, 2018, at Nanina’s in the Park in Belleville. Each year, we identify New Jersey companies that give back to the communities they serve. It is always so inspiring that this culture
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Building a Bigger and Better New Jersey: A 2018 Focus

CONSTRUCTION AND REAL ESTATE are economic engines for the Garden State, fueling not only these sectors, but creating work for accounting firms, banks, environmental firms and law firms, as well. Here is a state-of-the-industry report, which also features some higher education projects, for 2018. Associated General Contractors of America By Ken Simonson, Chief Economist Contractors in the Garden State experienced
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Industry Trends and Predictions for 2018

THE PACE OF CHANGE IS MAKING success a moving target, and businesses are working hard to thrive in this environment. For 2018, agile companies will be put to the test as a new administration in Trenton and federal tax policy may change the rules of the game, making smart decisions key factors in performance metrics. Here are some industry trends
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