Leadership Fort Smith Recommendations
Recommendations for the Leadership Fort Smith Class of 2021 are Now Open!Learn More
Stuart Jackson of Wright Lindsey Jennings will discuss: What is and is not “actionable” harassment (and why you should be concerned with both types);
Best practices for businesses to follow to avoid harassment claims or lawsuits; the important role supervisors and managers play; and the danger to employers from retaliation claims – even when the underlying claim of harassment is found to be without merit. As part of the seminar, you also will be provided a model anti-harassment policy to consider incorporating into your employee handbook.
Please join us and welcome the new Leadership Fort Smith class! The 25 participants selected for the Class of 2020 will be revealed at the New Class Reception on July 24, 2019.Connect
Please join us to welcome our new member and new Fort Smith business Hideaway Pizza. We will host a unique ribbon cutting event featuring a “Pizza Cutting.”Connect
In this session, Stuart Jackson of Wright Lindsey Jennings will explore the implications of Arkansas’ medical marijuana law in the workplace. Jackson will offer an overview of the current law and what to expect as medical marijuana becomes available.Connect
Are you interested in improving the flow of processes while increasing efficiencies within your organization? If so, please join us on Wednesday, July 31st at 8:30 AM for coffee, pastries and an engaging presentation!Connect
Join us to celebrate New Member Dipstx Mobile Oil Change!Connect
The Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce provides vision and leadership to enhance the quality of place for businesses and individuals in the Greater Fort Smith Region. The Chamber works to grow the economy, provide networking and training opportunities for members, and is the legislative advocate for the region.
Across the Greater Fort Smith Region, the Chamber represents a variety of professions and businesses. The Chambers strength lies in its members, who work tirelessly to improve their communities and businesses. A board of directors, made up of representatives from member businesses and supported by a full-time professional staff, oversees the work of the Chamber.