Increase productivity and reduce your company’s workers’ compensation premiums by up to 7.5 percent when you join Drugs Don’t Work. This unique program educates Gwinnett employers about the prevention, intervention and elimination of substance abuse in the workplace. For more information on this program and how to start saving, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-232-3000.
Professional Development & Business Education
Multiple times each year, a delegation from the Gwinnett Chamber along with various government and business leaders travel abroad in an effort to encourage foreign businesses to relocate, or expand in Gwinnett. These efforts have resulted in thousands of quality jobs brought to the community.
The quarterly Gwinnett Technology Forum provides technology professionals a unique opportunity to interact and stay abreast of technology issues, ideas and industry leaders impacting their business and customers. The forum also provides an environment for stimulating an informative interchange that benefits service providers and non-technical business people responsible for making technology-related decisions.
The Department of Labor event is an annual event that provides a unique forum to discuss developing issues related to the governing laws of the Department of Labor. Speakers from the Georgia and U.S. Department of Labor share information and new findings to the regulations.
The Employment Law Seminar is designed to educate businesses on workplace issues. This seminar can help your company take proactive measures to stay compliant with ever-changing labor and employment laws. This is targeted for human resource professionals, supervisors and managers, business owners, CEOs and CFOs.
The purpose of this Association is to provide an opportunity for human resources representatives of member businesses and organizations to meet on a monthly basis in order to promote professional human resources management practices; continue professional education; and share professional information resources and skills with one another and the broader community. Topics Covered Emerging Workforce […]
Through excellent, engaging speakers, this seminar-style event highlights topics that are current and relevant to the manufacturing and supply chain industries. The forum is a breakfast event with preferential pricing for Partnership Gwinnett investors and Manufacturing & Supply Chain Council members.
The Metro Atlanta Redevelopment Summit is the region’s premier event where industry leaders will learn about the region’s vision for redevelopment, prime locations and possible tools available to implement a new wave of growth. Click HERE to view Redevelop Gwinnett, the Gwinnett Chamber’s redevelopment website.
The Partnership Gwinnett Summit is an annual event that brings together influential business, community and elected leaders to review the county’s success in growing companies, jobs and wealth. The event also provides an opportunity to explore new ideas, emerging themes, community and economic development trends and best practices.
Annual week full of workshops, opportunities and events geared to help small businesses grow in Gwinnett.
A multi-session training program developed and offered exclusively through SCORE, Counselors to America’s Small Businesses. This program was designed at a national level for people who have started, or are considering starting a small business, and need to do a little leg work, paperwork and feasibility research.
The goal of the Gwinnett Young Professionals Leadership Program is to contribute to the personal and professional development of young professionals in the Gwinnett community and prepare them for positions of increasing responsibility, both within their organizations and as citizens of Gwinnett. This six-month program will meet once a month for two hours.