Month: May 2017

Pro tips for Arizona employers to provide paid sick leave

Check out the top ten things businesses need to know to comply with Prop. 206: The Fair Wages and Healthy...


ASU’s 30,000 national champions

In addition to women's golf, ASU President Michael Crow shared news of a different sort of national championship won by...

Have a fun and safe Independence day!

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce will be closed on Monday, July 3 and Tuesday, July 4 in honor of...


Small Business Leadership Forum
Thursday, July 20

Business leader Adam Goodman brings a fresh perspective on business priorities and purpose sharing his take on “Conscious Capitalism”. RSVP


Focus on workforce, economy vital as Phoenix grows to fifth largest U.S. city

U.S. Census Bureau stats support collaborative workforce, business attraction and economic efforts.


Sine Die – May 2017 Legislative Session Update

The GPCC Public Affairs team works hard supporting and opposing bills that affect the business community.


International travel options increase at Sky Harbor

British Airways and Air Canada expand options; a new app eases process for passengers returning from abroad.


Celebrate history, culture in honor of National Museum Day

Visit these local museums in honor of the recent National Museum Day on May 18.


New law eases ADA fixes, deters unscrupulous attorneys

A much-needed reform to the way minor ADA complaints are handled by the court system and rectified by businesses.


Phoenix Forward Health Care industry whitepaper available now

University of Phoenix® recently presented key findings about the health care industry in the Greater Phoenix area.