NJBIANew Jersey Business & Industry Association
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The NJBIA's Siekerka agreed: New Jersey's "cost of living, including our tax structure, is not competitive with our neighboring states and those vying for our residents and our jobs." (46) The facts back her up.
In an article highlighting the winners, NJBIA noted that IVC, a Freehold, N.J.-based manufacturer of vitamins and supplements, rapidly expanded its business during the past two years - adding personnel and capabilities - and improved its position within the store brand vitamin industry from number five to number two.
"We approached the NJCCC with the idea of partnering," says Chris Biddle, vice president of communications for NJBIA. "According to our own survey of members, they were not happy with the skills of many entry-level employees.
An NJBIA analysis finds that every New Jersey resident would need to write a check for $17,018 to pay off our current obligations.
NJBIA is an employer association dedicated to providing information, services, and advocacy for its member companies to build a more production New Jersey.
The NJBIA has opposed many tax increases, saying they make the state unaffordable for businesses and residents alike.
In fact, NJBIA's 2019 Regional Business Climate report shows New Jersey's position is declining even further beyond last year's last-place result due to increased taxes in 2018.
"NJBIA greatly appreciates the work of the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education and Gov.
With the law enactment, the NJBIA's attention turned to seeking changes and helping its members cope with the new requirements, as well as the paid leave law that is also now in effect.
"Any legislation that legalizes recreational marijuana must state clearly that legalization does not repeal or restrict the rights and obligations of public and private employers to maintain drug-free workplaces," NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Mike Wallace said in a statement.
Organized by The New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA), commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.
This sort of collaboration among universities was among the recommendations included in a 2018 NJBIA report titled Education Equation: Strategies for Retaining and Attracting New Jersey's Future Workforce.