Piper Kerman, Coss Marte, and other contributing authors explore the businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits connecting inmates and ex-offenders with jobs.
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On June 11, U.S. Chamber Foundation launched America Working Forward: Hidden Workforce, a new project exploring employer-led programs that give inmates and ex-offenders training and support as they re-enter the workforce and hosted America Working Forward Live, an event featuring business leaders, nonprofits, and entrepreneurs building pathways for inmates and ex-offenders to join the workforce.
The U.S. Chamber Foundation's TRAVEL FORWARD summit is a future-looking platform to explore the people, ideas, and innovations moving the travel industry forward. On May 9, the summit brought together entrepreneurs, business leaders, and tech experts who discussed the innovations and emerging technologies that are making travel more efficient, personalized, accessible, interactive, affordable, and safe. TRAVEL FORWARD covered topics such as high-tech transportation, space tourism, micro hotels, customer service robots, AI, personalized travel, and more.
Real people are being hurt by the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. It’s been more than a month since millions of federal employees and contractors received their last paycheck, and there’s no end in sight.
The role of business in society is at the heart of what we do at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
We do our best work when we examine complex issues – and that’s what we’ve been doing with Environmental, Social and Governance reporting.
Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Tata Consultancy Services on May 10, 2019 for the second annual Digital Empowers: Accelerating Innovation for Business and Social Good Summit. This event will bring together business leaders, technical experts, and government and community partners that are shaping the future of innovation and social impact.
Do technology and automation kill jobs? Or just the reverse?