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Szawlewicz Appointed Cardiology Chair at Deborah  – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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S. Justin Szawlewicz, MD,has been appointed Chair of Cardiology at Deborah Heart and Lung Center, a teaching hospital in Browns Mills that specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, research, and treatment of heart, lung, and vascular diseases.  Dr. Szawlewicz has served as an attending cardiologist at Deborah since 2010 and as assistant vice president of Medical Affairs since 2015.  Board-certified in cardiology, echocardiography, […]

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Business broker in new jersey
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There are nearly endless reasons why one might want to buy an existing business, ranging from a known track record of success, an established customer base, and proven cash flow. However, not everyone has the money available in the bank to support such a large purchase. As a result, most buyers turn to some form […]

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Choosing a the Right Form of New Jersey Business Entity — New Jersey Lawyers Blog — January 16, 2022
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New Jersey business law gives owners the ability to choose between different forms of entities to meet their particular concerns.  The choice is important and has long lasting effects.  Below is an overview of the basic types of business entities allowed by New Jersey business law. ‍General Partnership A general partnership is an entity where […]

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Study: COVID-related Absences Cost Employers Nearly $1 Billion Per Week – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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A recent analysis by Integrated Benefits Institute, a health and productivity business research nonprofit, finds that over the past 22 months, U.S. workers’ pandemic-related absences have cost their employers more than $78.4 billion or nearly $1 billion a week. IBI’s December analysis factored in sick leave wages and employee benefits, disability wage payments and state […]

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NJ Businesses Welcome Supreme Court Ruling on OSHA COVID Mandate – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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NJBIA President & CEO Michele Siekerka says New Jersey businesses are relieved the U.S. Supreme Court has blocked enforcement of a federal COVID-19 vaccinate-or-test mandate that would have made it even more difficult to attract and retain employees during the ongoing workforce crisis. The U.S. Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA) rule would have required […]

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Survey: Burnout for Small Business Owners Continues – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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A new Capital One Business survey finds that 42% of small business owners have reported recently experiencing burnout due to pandemic-related disruptions. The burnout level is having a greater impact on minority business owners in the U.S., with 62% reporting burnout and nearly a quarter of them experiencing constant mental exhaustion. Other data points from […]

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Talent Acquisition Partner (Contract) in Branchburg, New Jersey, United States of America | Business Strategy & Delivery at Genentech
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Apply for Talent Acquisition Partner (Contract) job with Genentech in Branchburg, New Jersey, United States of America. Business Strategy & Delivery at Genentech This content was originally published here.

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Annual Retail Trade Survey Results Show Big Gains in E-Commerce – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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The U.S. Census Bureau released its latest Annual Retail Trade Survey on Thursday, showing a 3.1% increase in the nation’s entire retail sales sector from $5,402.3 billion in 2019 to $5,570.4 billion in 2020. Electronic shopping and mail-order houses had $888.5 billion in sales in 2020, up 35.2% from 2019. This was the largest year-to-year […]

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