Founded by renowned businessmen Bernie Marcus and Herman Cain, Job Creators Network assists employers in educating employees about policy issues and candidate positions affecting their company, job security, wages and benefits, and their families.
What is Job Creators Network?
Job Creators Network is the voice of free enterprise in the workplace. We make it easier for entrepreneurs to communicate free enterprise values to their employees and their neighbors. Our messaging goal is to help business leaders put public policy in simple terms.
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What is the problem?
Entrepreneurs have been too silent for too long, allowing the enemies of free enterprise to preach destructive messages to their employees and community. Polling shows that workers will trust employers if job creators speak out about issues that affect careers and company survival, but entrepreneurs haven’t been delivering. The free enterprise system in in jeopardy because it’s biggest advocates are not defending it in front of the people that trust them to do so. Speaking out is a moral imperative and one that is being acted on far too little.
Big government proponents have, for years, effectively leveraged the support of labor unions and their members on these and other related issues. Job Creators Network seeks to be a voice for free-enterprise.
What are the benefits to joining the Network?
Job Creators Network promotes a better informed public and electorate by:
- Educating employers about the information they can provide to employees through the E2E Educational Program
- Providing employers with tools and on-the-ground support they need to communicate with employees consistent with Federal election law.
Job Creators Network is forming alliances with like-minded businesses and organizations across the country dedicated to the free market system, creating jobs and educating employees.
Below is a list of some of the members of the Network: