Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation on June 17 for Leadership Matters, the final conversation in a 3-part series on building inclusive culture in times of crisis.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is committed to helping American businesses respond to the coronavirus so they can support their employees, customers, and communities.
Our members and the state and local chambers, who are on the front lines of this pandemic, need us now more than ever to help them through this temporary but significant disruption. We will continue working every day to help our country’s people, businesses, and economy weather this storm and emerge stronger—just as we have at other challenging times in our nation’s history.
Working with Congress
The U.S. Chamber is working with both the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate to promote policies that will help businesses stay open and pay their employees, reduce the potential of future layoffs, and ensure more hardworking Americans have access to their paychecks.
Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation on June 10 for Culture Matters, the second conversation in a 3-part series on building inclusive culture in times of crisis.
The latest Small Business Coronavirus Impact poll indicates guarded optimism among American entrepreneurs.
Millions of American workers have filed unemployment claims in recent weeks. This map shows how quickly claims have increased in each state.