Nearly two years after the merger of Utah’s Employers Council with the Mountain State Employers Council, the combined entity has announced that it has shortened its name to Employers Council to reflect the organization’s overall geographic expansion beyond the Rocky Mountain region and emphasize the growing scope of its services. Employers Council is the nation’s largest association of employers.

“The name ‘Employers Council’ is well known and respected here in Utah. It’s exciting that our merger with MSEC has led to this change,” said Ryan D. Nelson, Utah president of Employers Council. “While serving our members in Utah, Arizona and Colorado continues to be a key focus, our members operate and seek assistance in all 50 states. Adopting the name Employers Council better reflects our goal of meeting the needs of the business community beyond the mountain state region.”

In addition to a new name and logo, Employers Council launched a new website that will provide more external visibility for potential members and enhanced resources for existing members. 

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