As a successful entrepreneur and former business leader, Senator Warner understands the challenges of launching and running a business and meeting a payroll. As Virginia’s governor and now as a senator, he has worked to expand access to start-up capital and credit for America’s new, existing and small businesses. He has focused on updating our country’s approach to workforce training and technology deployment to expand 21st Century economic opportunity in rural and suburban regions. Senator Warner is a leading voice in Washington for updating the social contract for contingent and freelance workers, many of whom lack insurance and other protections typically provided through full-time employment. He also has called on American business leaders to shift away from their recent preoccupation with short-term profits at the expense of longer-term investments in people and the communities where they operate.
Recent News on Jobs & Entrepreneurship
|6/28/18||Warner Joins Baldwin, Van Hollen and Schumer Letter Calling for Public Review of SEC’s Outdated Stock Buyback Rules|
|6/7/18||Sen. Warner on BLS Report on Contingent and Alternative Workforce|
|4/26/18||Warner, Van Hollen, Bay Senators Urge Farm Bill Support for Chesapeake Bay Farmers|
|4/24/18||VA, WV Senators Introduce Legislation to Rename Dept. of Agriculture|