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Road to Recovery News 2021

State and federal governments continue to address the medical and economic consequences the COVID-19 issue. Here is a summary for employers. If you have questions regarding these or other public policy issues, please contact

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Six Companies Earn 2021 Next Century Awards

Six Massachusetts companies that found ways to succeed and serve their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic have been honored with AIM Next Century Awards for 2021. The honorees include a retail dry cleaning company that

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Congratulations to the Top Women-Owned Businesses

Associated Industries of Massachusetts congratulates 14 member employers named today to the 2021 Top 100 Women-Led Businesses list released today by The Commonwealth Institute and The Boston Globe. Two of the companies are le

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Business Confidence Drifts Lower

Confidence among Massachusetts employers drifted lower during October, dampened by a slowing state economy and a persistent labor shortage. The Associated Industries of Massachusetts Business Confidence Index (BCI) declined f

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Business Confidence Weakens in September

Increasingly severe shortages of workers and critical supplies drove Massachusetts business confidence lower for a second consecutive month during September. The Associated Industries of Massachusetts Business Confidence Inde

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Economic Secretary Presses Priorities for Federal Funds

The top economic official in the Baker Administration urged the Legislature Friday to approve the governor’s plan to spend $2.9 billion from federal stimulus funds on housing, job training and other economic-recovery initia

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