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Will COVID-19’s Impact on Working Women Outlast Pandemic? – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted women, who are 39% of the global workforce but represent 54% of all pandemic-related job losses.  According to AllBusiness.com, women are most likely to work in the industries that have been hardest hit by the pandemic: hospitality, travel and tourism, and retail. Many women have also had to leave jobs or reduce hours because they have a disproportionate share of family caregiving responsibilities that […]

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Heritage Golf Group Adds New Jersey, Illinois Clubs – Club + Resort Business
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(Boulder Ridge CC) The acquisition of Stanton Ridge G&CC in Whitehouse Station, N.J. and Boulder Ridge CC in Lake of the Hills, Ill., gives Heritage, which is backed by KSL Capital, a total of 11 clubs in seven states. It has now acquired three clubs in the New York/New Jersey metro area over the past […]

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New Jersey Resources Schedules Fiscal 2021 Second-Quarter Earnings Call | IT Business Net
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WALL, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–New Jersey Resources (NYSE: NJR) invites investors, customers, members of the financial community and other interested parties to listen to a live webcast of its fiscal 2021 second-quarter earnings results on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at 10 a.m. ET. President and Chief Executive Officer Steve Westhoven and Chief Financial Officer Pat Migliaccio will […]

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The Hilb Group Acquires Select Book of Business in New Jersey, New York
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The Hilb Group LLC (THG) has acquired a select book of business of quick-serve restaurant clients with more than 100 locations in New Jersey and New York. These clients will participate in THG’s Alternative Solutions Insurance Company (ASIC) program, which provides captive insurance solutions for quick-serve and fast-casual restaurants. The transaction became effective on January […]

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YMCA’s Kieltyka: Summer Camps Need Clarity from State on COVID Restrictions – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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Paul Kieltyka, CEO of the Summit Area YMCA and president of the New Jersey YMCA State Alliance Many children’s summer camps are only two months away from opening, but camp directors are still waiting for clarity from the state on operating restrictions and how that will affect families who want to get their kids outdoors […]

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Legal Technology Evolves, but Business Models Do Not | New Jersey Law TV
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Legal Technology Evolves, but Business Models Do Not “Bizarrely, the fact that large law is still highly successful is still an impediment,” Nicola Shaver, director of innovation and knowledge at Paul Hastings in New York, said. “It is still difficult to tell people to change the way they’re doing things when it’s working at bringing […]

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NJEDA Announces Launch Dates for $85 Million Phase 4 of The Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program – Innovation New Jersey
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Trenton, New Jersey – According to the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, it announced Phase 4 of the Authority’s Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program, adding $85 million in funds from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Phase 4 will provide short-term operating support to a broad group of New Jersey small and […]

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3 NJ Companies Make Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work for List – NJBIA – New Jersey Business & Industry Association
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3 NJ Companies Make Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work for List Three New Jersey companies have been named to Fortune magazine’s  list of the 100 Best Companies to work for. Atlantic Health System, one of New Jersey’s largest healthcare systems, reached No. 67 this year, followed by retailer Burlington Stores at No. 69. Merck, […]

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