The GSVCC Blog

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Bob Garrett
Tuesday, May 31, 2022
There are no easy fixes for our chronic workforce shortages. We look to long-term and visionary solutions like those of Jessi Almstead, and the Bluebird Atelier. Read more
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Bob Garrett
Wednesday, March 30, 2022
Your Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomed Chris Grill, SHRM Veteran Ambassador and Program Manager of Military & Veteran Affairs at Geisinger, to discuss how businesses can market their jobs and offer an increasingly attractive community to Veterans. Due to the incredible quality of our program, we've split it into two parts. In Part 1, we hear from Chris Grill and gain great information about Veteran-specific resources. In part 2, we connect for a panel discussion featuring Chris Grill, Kevin Steinbacher (PPL Electric Utilities) and Craig Swineford (PA Department of Military and Veteran Affairs). Read more
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Bob Garrett, President/CEO
Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Gas Prices, Inflation, War…these were the underlying topics, but the brightest lights of our March 4th (march forth, if you like) Financial Friday - On The Mark when it hit the air waves was our local economic numbers and their cause-and-effect. During last Friday’s show, strengthening the chain which makes up our local continuum of education got the most attention. Read more
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Saturday, February 5, 2022
The Chamber appears on AM 1070 WKOK to discuss workforce, the jobs report, and more. Read more
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Chris Berleth
Friday, February 4, 2022
The GSVCC Governmental Affairs Committee receives a legislative update and hosts an expert panel about educational resources in the Valley. Read more
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Gene Barr, President and CEO, PA Chamber of Business and Industry & Andrea Heberlein, Executive Director, Pennsylvania Early Learning Investment Commission
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
We know that many of you are understandably experiencing “survey fatigue.” Therefore, we are extremely grateful for the 10-12 minutes of your time to complete the Impact of Childcare on Business and the Workforce survey by April 22, 2021. Your responses are instrumental to guiding regional and statewide solutions. Individual responses will be kept completely confidential. Read more
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Robert Garrett
Thursday, February 4, 2021
U.S. private employers are slowly resuming their hiring as more and more signs show that new COVID-19 cases are waning, and most state governments are lifting the heaviest of their lockdown measures implemented 11 months ago to help stop the spread of coronavirus. Now is the time to push forward on wide-spread vaccinations and prudent ... Read more
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