SSCC hosting breakfast meeting focused on minimum wage

information from SSCC

South Seattle Community College’s Puget Sound Industrial Excellence Center (PSIEC) will host How Current State and Business Policies Impact Your Business, with guest speaker George Allen, as part of the Business Breakfast Series on March 12 from 8-10AM at South’s Georgetown Campus.

Allen serves as Senior Vice President of Government Relations for the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. His presentation (followed by a Q&A discussion) will focus on how Seattle Mayor Ed Murray’s Income Inequality Advisory Committee is approaching the debate over Seattle’s minimum wage, plus other local policy topics. Questions to be covered include, “What are the trends, policies and plans?” and “How do they affect your business and hiring process, and how can you be engaged?”

PSIEC’s Business Breakfast includes a continental breakfast, networking, and a review of current policies being put forth by state, county and city governments and how they impact your business.

Registration is now open, and tickets are $30. Please register online at www.bizbreakfast.eventbrite.com

Quick Facts:
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 from 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
South Seattle Community College Puget Sound Industrial Excellence Center
Georgetown Campus, 6737 Corson Ave. S., Building C
Seattle, WA 98108
Registration is $30 (pay online at www.bizbreakfast.eventbrite.com)
Contact: elsa.croonquist@seattlecolleges.edu or michael.dimartino@seattlecolleges.edu

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