EANJ Member Meeting: Where Does New Jersey Go From Here?

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Time:11am-3pm (Registration begins at 10:30am)
Location:Eisenhower Conference Center, Livingston
Sponsored by:EANJ
Human Capital

With new and unprecedented change in Washington and a new governor on the immediate horizon, New Jersey is at a pivot point. How competitive are we? The free market American Legislative Exchange Council ranks New Jersey above only Vermont and New York in tax rates, regulatory burdens and labor policies. The state’s stubbornly high poverty rate - officially at 11 percent, is considerably higher in practical terms.  And the N.J. Business and Industry Association warns of a brain drain.  

But New Jersey’s competitiveness is measured by more than tax and welfare policies.  It is not only about the self-defeating choice between cutting taxes for the affluent at the expense of supporting programs for the working poor.  It’s also about investing in human capital and maximizing human resources.  It’s about nurturing an environment that fosters creativity and spirit at work, working for a common purpose, and ensuring that everyone who gives their best effort has a fair opportunity to succeed.

Join speakers from business, human resources, academia, economics and government

Confirmed:

Featured Speaker
Jim McGreevey
Jim McGreevey
Executive Director, Jersey City Employment and Training Program and Chairperson, The New Jersey Reentry Corporation

 

 

Panelist

John Harmon
John Harmon
President and CEO African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey

 

 

 

 

Panelist
James Barrood
James Barrood
President and CEO, New Jersey Tech Council




 

 

 

Panelist

Sivaraman Anbarasan
Sivaraman Anbarasan
Executive Director
NJCC Consortium for Workforce & Economic Development
 

 

Moderator

John Mooney
John Mooney
Chief Executive Officer, Founding Editor
NJ Spotlight

 

 

Featured Remarks

Martin Kohli
Martin Kohli
Regional Economist
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

 

 

 

 

   

Other speakers and panelists pending.

   

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AGENDA

Welcome

New Jersey’s Economic Competitiveness

Healthy Workplaces

Healthcare and Employee Assistance Programs

Human Capital (Expert Panel)

Workforce Development
Business Development  
Entrepreneurship  

Economic Security: Retirement Savings

No One Left Behind: Addiction/Recovery/Reentry

What’s Next for New Jersey?

MAY 24, 2017
Luncheon, 11am-3pm
$25

Eisenhower Corporate Campus - Conference Center
80 Beaufort Avenue  
Livingston NJ   (right off Rt.10 and Eisenhower Parkway)
Directions

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