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January 11, 2018 RSS feed / Business

Jacobs calls on Department of Labor to rescind proposed rule

State Sen. Chris Jacobs recently called on the state Department of Labor to rescind its proposed Employee Scheduling rule, citing the “devastating impact” it would have on businesses throughout New York State.  More...

HOME offering $2,500 in scholarships

Housing Opportunities Made Equal, Inc. is now accepting applications for the Joanne Champion Granger Scholarship, awarded each year to a college bound high school senior in Erie or Niagara county. More...

Niagara County Builders plans workshops

The Niagara County Builders will be offering business training in the spring and fall of 2018. Business Builders Workshops are open to existing businesses in Western New York. More...

Maria Love Fund accepting grant applications

The Maria M. Love Convalescent Fund has announced that grant applications are available at www.marialove fund.org. Submissions will be accepted from Erie County nonprofit organizations. Grant requests may range in amounts from $1,000 to $10,000. More...

Consumer protections proposed for life insurance, annuity products

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo last week said the Department of Financial Services has proposed new consumer protections that would adopt a “best interest” standard for those licensed to sell life insurance and annuity products.  More...

McGuire Group offering certificate program

The McGuire Group, operator of five health care facilities in Western New York, has partnered with Erie 2 BOCES to provide a 12-month licensed practical nurse certificate program. More...