Princeton, Illinois – The Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its inaugural Morning Mingle event next week, providing local businesses with an opportunity to stay informed about recent legislative changes. The event will take place on Tuesday, January 23, at the Prouty Building on South Main Street.
The focus of the discussion will be on the implementation of new laws that came into effect on January 1. These laws touch on a range of important topics, including pay scale and benefits posting requirements, extended Child Bereavement Leave Act, Transportation Benefits Program Act, day and temporary labor service bill, Freelance Workers Protection Act, Unemployment Insurance Act new hire reporting change, civil rights remedies and restoration, and paid leave for all.
Leading the presentation will be Clark Kaericher, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs and Executive Director of Technology and Healthcare at the Illinois Chamber. With his expertise and knowledge, attendees can expect to gain valuable insights into these new regulations and their implications for local businesses.
To ensure maximum attendance, breakfast will be provided by the Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce. No RSVP is required, encouraging businesses of all sizes to take advantage of this opportunity.
For those unable to attend in person, a virtual attendance option will be made available through an online link. Chamber members will receive the link via email one day prior to the event.
The Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to supporting and promoting local businesses. To learn more about upcoming events and initiatives from the Chamber, interested individuals can visit their website at princetonchamber-il.com.
Don’t miss this chance to stay informed and connected with the local business community. Join the Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce for their Morning Mingle event on January 23, where you can learn about the latest legislative changes that affect your business and engage in meaningful discussions with fellow entrepreneurs.