Vaccine Mandates Are Driving Tennesseans Out Of The Workforce

Due To Lee And Lt. Gov. Randy McNally Allowing Corporate-Level Vaccine Mandates To Be Pushed On Tennessee Workers, An Increasing Number Of People Are Being Coerced Into Taking The Vaccines To Keep Their Jobs Or Are Losing Their Jobs Due To Their Choice To Practice Their Medical Freedom.

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Tennessee Announces Statewide Employment Push

To Mark National Workforce Development Month, Tennessee Is Continuing A Hiring Momentum Across The State Aimed At Putting Tennesseans Back Into The Workforce.

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Private Sector Job Creation Slows Over Concerns Of New COVID Restrictions

As President Joe Biden Issues New COVID-19 Restrictions And Encourages Businesses To Do The Same, New Economic Data Shows The Economy May Be Anticipating The Impact.

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Many TN Economic Indicators Trend Up, While Other Are Mixed

How Is Tennessee’s Economy Doing? A Lot Of It Is Doing Well When Compared To The COVID-19 Lows On Many Economic Indicators Such As Employment But Other Items Are Troubling, Such As There Being 40% Fewer Small Businesses In Tennessee.

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Biometric Technology Company To Locate Headquarters In TN

Integrated Biometric Technology LLC Announced They Will Be Establishing A New Corporate Headquarters In Franklin, Tennessee. The Headquarters Will Lead To Over One Hundred Jobs In The Region.

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Small Business Owners Struggling To Find Workers

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.

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Largest Health Care Union To Fight Mandatory Vaccines For Workers

The President Of The Largest Union Of Health Care Workers In The U.S. Says It Will Fight Companies Requiring Its Members To Have Mandatory COVID-19 Shots As A Condition Of Employment.

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May Jobs Report Falls Short Of Projections

Total Nonfarm Payroll Employment Increased By 559,000 In The U.S. In May, Short Of 650,000 Predicted By Economists, According To Data From The U.S. Department Of Labor.

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