Utica – Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon (D-C 119) and the Chamber Alliance of the Mohawk Valley held a breakfast meeting this morning at Harts Hill Inn with guest speaker New York State Department of Labor Commissioner, Roberta Reardon.
Some of the topics discussed were highlights of automation, the business climate, forecast of businesses going forward as well as recruitment and retention.
"On behalf of the Mohawk Valley's Alliance of Chambers of Commerce and its partners, we appreciate Commissioner Reardon coming here to discuss the business climate of our area and the state. Our region's economy is vibrant, and we continue to see new growth and development. We also appreciate the continued support from area business and community leaders, especially those that attended today's forum," said Raymond J. Durso, Jr., President & CEO of the Genesis Group, and Chairman of the Mohawk Valley's Chamber Alliance.
“I appreciate Commissioner Reardon taking the time to visit the Mohawk Valley and speak on such important topics as the business climate and the future direction of the Department of Labor” said Buttenschon. “This was a great way for both the Department of Labor and our business community to learn about what to improve and make advancements on the workforce.”
“I am proud to join the Chamber Alliance of the Mohawk Valley and Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon to highlight New York State’s unwavering commitment to supporting economic growth and providing essential support to businesses in the Mohawk Valley and across the state,” said New York State Department of Labor Commissioner Roberta Reardon. “Through partnerships and discussions like this one today, we will build bridges of opportunity, empower our workforce, and foster an environment where innovation thrives right here in the Mohawk Valley.”