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Congress Moves Quickly to Avert Railroad Strike

Congress is moving swiftly to prevent a rail strike between the major freight railroads and 12 labor unions. On November 30, the U.S. House of...

CalChamber Welcomes New Policy Advocate on Energy Issues

Brady Van Engelen has joined the California Chamber of Commerce as a policy advocate specializing in energy issues. He also leads CalChamber advocacy on...

Workers’ Comp: Ways to Protect Employee’s Health Benefits

We have an employee who has been on workers’ compensation leave for a few months. How long do we have to continue to pay...

CalChamber Public Affairs Conference Gives New Legislators Chance to Tell Their Stories

First-time legislators have an opportunity to recount their journeys to office in a panel discussion on November 29, the first day of the CalChamber...

San Francisco Announced as Host City for Asia-Pacific Leaders Meeting in Fall 2023

Asia-Pacific leaders will gather in San Francisco in the fall of 2023 during the United States’ host year for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). U.S....

Coastal Commission Approves Project to Bring Reliable Water to Monterey

A multi-pronged effort to bring a reliable, sustainable water supply to the Monterey Peninsula was approved by the California Coastal Commission at the end...

Best Practices for Fostering Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

In Episode 165 of The Workplace podcast, CalChamber employment law expert Matthew Roberts, and diversity and inclusion consultant Jonathan Mayes discuss best practices for...

CalChamber Presents Guide to 2023 Employment Laws

The California Chamber of Commerce has published a white paper and scheduled seminars to help employers prepare for new employment laws. The newly enacted laws...

Election 2022: First Look at Open Senate Seats as Ballot Counting Continues

An old idiom, “It’s all over but the shouting,” may have found an election corollary in California: “It’s all over but the counting.” The November...

Rest Breaks: Ways to Prove Employees Receive Duty-Free Time

Recently, an employee complained to management that they were not receiving rest breaks. Because the breaks are paid, the employees do not clock out...