Saturday, November 26, 2022

Correction: 22 CalChamber Members Among 100 Best Companies to Work For

The April 15 Alert article listing members on the Fortune list of “100 Best Companies to Work For,” should have included one additional California Chamber of Commerce member, PCL Construction.

Our apologies for the error and any issues it may have caused.

  • PCL Construction, ranked No. 60: This commercial construction firm is 100% employee-owned, and staff members (and their loved ones) appreciate the culture of safety in this workplace. More than 700 building projects can be taking place at once, ranging from office towers and condominiums to bridges, airports and petrochemical plants. Yet, PCL maintains a safety record five times better than the national average of its industry. Outstanding statistics are celebrated during safety week with truck-shaped cupcakes, trivia contests and safety-related prizes.

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CalChamber
CalChamber
The California Chamber of Commerce is the largest, broad-based business advocate to government in California, working at the state and federal levels to influence government actions affecting all California business. As a not-for-profit, we leverage our front-line knowledge of laws and regulations to provide affordable and easy-to-use compliance products and services.

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