Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Latest Podcasts Examine Taxes, FAQs on Labor Law Helpline

Taxes, Taxes and More Taxes Even though California is enjoying its ninth straight year of economic growth and the state has a solid budget surplus...

What Employers Need to Know: Emergency Wildfire Smoke Regulation

Employers in California are now required to protect their employees from potential harm created by wildfire smoke, following approval of an emergency regulation by...

CalChamber Poll: Optimism on Jobs, Anxiety over Cost of Living

California voters are feeling better about the economy, but are still anxious about the cost of living, according to the recently released 2018 CalChamber...

Texting in the Workplace and Other Cautionary Employment Tales

Finding novel ways to increase efficiency or prevent workplace harassment can create serious problems for employers if not properly executed or thought out. In this...

In Memoriam: Edwin A. Guiles

Edwin A. Guiles, 2008 chair of the California Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, passed away on June 7 at the age of 69. While...

CalChamber Welcomes Robert Moutrie to Policy Team

Robert Moutrie, an experienced litigator, joined the California Chamber of Commerce policy team on March 11. As a policy advocate, Moutrie will specialize in occupational safety, tourism, unemployment insurance, and immigration issues.

Governor’s Cabinet Secretary to Speak at Public Affairs Conference

A review of Governor Gavin Newsom’s first year in office is on the agenda for the California Chamber of Commerce Public Affairs Conference, set...

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With just a few weeks remaining in the current session of the California

Governor, CalChamber Chair to Speak at Sacramento Host Breakfast in May

Governor Gavin Newsom will be the featured speaker on May 23 at the 94th Annual Sacramento Host Breakfast, co-sponsored by the California Chamber of Commerce and the Sacramento Host Committee.

Vaccination Controversy Highlights Wellness Issues in the Workplace

While employers cannot require their employees to get vaccinated, there are many proactive steps they can take to ensure wellness and safety in the...

CalChamber Public Affairs Conference Hosts Panel of Incoming Legislators

An opportunity to get better acquainted with members of the 2019 legislative freshman class was among the agenda items on the first day of...

CalChamber Adds New Health Care and Taxation Policy Advocate

Preston R. Young joined the California Chamber of Commerce in October as a policy advocate, specializing in health care policy and taxation issues. Young came...

CalChamber Podcast Focuses on Meals and Breaks at the Office

Although California’s meal and rest break rules are intended to give hourly employees time to take breaks during their shifts, problems can arise if...

2019 Public Affairs Conference

Governor's Top Aides Review First Year Photos by Matt Lara Inside Look at Elections, Legislation, Consumer Privacy Act More photos at www.calchamber.com/publicaffairs. Special Thanks To The 2019 CalChamber...

Critical Employment Bill Awaits Action by Governor

The Legislature has wrapped up for the year, and the onus is now on Governor Gavin Newsom to decide which bills to sign into...