Economist Lends His Expertise To NJBIA In Helping Shape The Group’s Public Policy AgendaNew Jersey's top business lobbying organization has hired a new chief economic advisor to help them independently assess the business climate in the Garden State.
Christie Vetoes Bills Requiring Public Contractors Use American-Made Products In NJNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie has vetoed a series of bills that would have required that those receiving public contracts use products that were made in America.
NJ Businesses Expect Better Times In The Year Ahead, Not That 2014 Was Too ShabbyProfits were up this year, and Association President Michelle Siekerka says that trend is expected to continue.
Survey Says New Jersey Business Is Big On Governor ChristieNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie continues to fare well in the poles with at least one group of voters.
Survey Finds Many NJ Businesses Having Difficulty Providing Health Care Insurance For EmployeesThere’s good and bad news in the report from the New Jersey Business and Industry Association.
NJ Business Lobby Warns Against Great Expectations Following Minimum Wage Increase Voters in New Jersey last month approved a constitutional amendment that increases the state’s minimum wage by a dollar.
Business In New Jersey Sees Continued ImprovementAn annual survey of New Jersey business suggests things are looking a lot brighter than they have in the last few years.
Survey: Jobs Picture Looking Brighter In NJWhat’s turning things around? The New Jersey Business and Industry Association says the national economy seems to be coming back, but efforts to make New Jersey more business-friendly certainly haven’t hurt.
New Jersey Business Poll Reveals Modest Economic Growth For 2011An annual survey of businesses in New Jersey shows some economic improvement over the last year, but not enough to make them ready to hire more people.
Survey Of New Jersey Businesses Shows Slight Economic ImprovementAn annual survey of businesses in New Jersey shows some economic improvement over the last year, but not enough to make them ready to hire more people.
New Survey Highlights Economic Growth For Some Businesses In New Jersey Over 1,300 members large and small are seeing their own ledgers improving with 31% reporting higher revenues this year prompting higher profits, spending and hiring.