American job creators help workers provide for their families and lead healthy, secure, and fulfilling lives. The Chamber advocates for federal and state-level policies that improve the business climate and drive economic growth while providing opportunities for workers to thrive.
The U.S. Chamber works with leaders at the U.S. Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, Congressional committees, and state legislatures to protect opportunities for independent contractors, promote needed immigration reforms to welcome global talent to the American workforce, and preserve every American’s right to work.
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- InternationalCEO Summit of the AmericasWednesday, June 08 - Thursday, June 0908:00 AM EDT - 06:00 PM EDT
- InternationalUSIBC 2022 Technology Summit - Innovation Fueled ProsperityTuesday, June 21 - Thursday, June 2312:00 AM EDT - 12:00 AM EDT
- InternationalU.S. Chamber of Commerce Delegation to Israel's Cyber WeekSunday, June 26 - Thursday, June 3012:00 AM EDT - 12:00 AM EDT
- Feb 10, 2022A “Critical” Issue with Pensions
Here's everything you need to know about union pension plans and their current funding status.
- Feb 09, 2022Deterring Human Trafficking Event
- Jan 26, 2022Union Membership Drops to Previous Low in 2021
- Jan 07, 2022AB-5 Sponsor Calls It Quits
California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, the author of California’s independent contractor legislation known as AB-5, has resigned to work for the California Labor Federation (CLF).
- Dec 20, 2021Comments on Promoting Public Competition in Labor Markets
The Chamber submitted comments to the FTC and DOJ in response to their solicitation for public comments in connection with their recent workshop, “Making Competition Work: Promoting Competition in Labor Markets.”