Small Business Owners Are Continuing To Have Problems Attracting New Workers In The Wake Of The Coronavirus Pandemic And Are Trying To Entice Them With New Incentives, A New Report From The U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Shows.Read more
Representative Susan Lynn Has Filed A Bill In Tennessee House Of Representatives That, If Passed, Would Make It Unlawful For Businesses Of Public Accommodation To Create Policies Requiring Consumers To Wear Masks, Take COVID Tests, Or Vaccines, Or Any Other Type Of Medical Treatment.Read more
Talking about the minimum wage! A special episode with Of – By – and For the People! Cost of living – when did minimum wage start – pros/cons – how will it affect business owners AND employees – good conversation with Brandon Lewis and Eric Buchanan!
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2021 Sees An Increase To The Minimum Wage In 25 States And Washington D.C. With Range of Increase From $0.08 Per Hour To $2.25 Per Hour.Read more
After Speaking With President Trump, Governor Lee Expects The Federal Emergency Disaster Designation He Requested After The Nashville Bombing To Be Approved.Read more
Research By Economists Found That A $15 Minimum Wage Would Mean A Loss Of 2 Million Jobs, With More Than Half Coming From Bars And Restaurants.Read more
A string of businesses and the East Ridge Police Department have been vandalized, some more than once, over the course of October and November.Read more
Chattanooga District Attorney General, Neal Pinkston is soliciting help from local businesses to solve the murder cases of two local senior citizens. The request has gone out, in the form of an email, to a majority of Chattanooga businesses to donate to a reward pool.Read more
Once called “the dirtiest city in America” by Walter Cronkite, Chattanooga earned the nickname “Scenic City” after turnaround projects beginning in the early 2000s. However, many home and business owners feel that Chattanooga is on the downslide due to increased littering, panhandling and homelessness.Read more