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Capitol Summit Registration Opens

Political insiders and California Chamber of Commerce policy advocates will describe the impact of redistricting and primary election reforms on how public policies are...

National Editor Comments on Volatile Presidential Campaign Politics

William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard and a regular on political commentary shows, shares anecdotes with the CalChamber Board of Directors on the...

Collaboration Can Solve State Challenges, Expand Housing, Economic Opportunities

Following are remarks presented by Grace Evans Cherashore, 2019 chair of the California Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, at the 94th Annual Sacramento...

Attendees Gain Info on Polls, 2016 Elections, Legislative Battles, Data Security, Reforms

Political insights galore were one takeaway from the California Chamber of Commerce Fall Public Affairs Conference on November 3–4. Insiders from both major parties, journalists,...

CalChamber Cosponsoring Cyber Security Education in Sacramento

Representatives from the FBI, Attorney General’s Office, Federal Trade Commission and other groups will explain how small businesses and consumers can make their digital...

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

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. will be the featured speaker at the annual Sacramento Host Breakfast on May 24, co-sponsored by the California Chamber of Commerce and the Sacramento Host Committee.

CalChamber Co-Hosts Canada Day Luncheon on NAFTA Changes and State Agriculture

The California-Canada economic partnership, ongoing North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) trade talks and what changes in the agreement could mean for agriculture in California were all discussed at a February 22 luncheon co-hosted by the California Chamber of Commerce.

UI 101: The Basics at National Unemployment Insurance Conference

Dr. Richard A. Hobbie, a national expert on unemployment insurance (UI) issues will offer insights on foundational components of the UI system at a...

HR Boot Camp Pivots to Virtual Format

With the enthusiastic help of seminar attendees, the California Chamber of Commerce converted its in-person HR Boot Camp to a virtual seminar last week. Using...

Live Webinar on Avoiding Discrimination / Harassment in Workplace

Retaliation, disability and sex discrimination/harassment comprised more than half of the 65,388 employment complaints filed in California in 2014, according to the California Department...

CalChamber Lunchtime Roundtable Examines Labor/Employment Issues

Labor and employment issues facing businesses in California are the focus of the CalChamber lunchtime roundtable discussion on March 7, featuring Assemblymember Ash Kalra...

CalChamber to Offer Post-Election Webinar

The California Chamber of Commerce will be presenting its first Post-Election Webinar on Tuesday, November 17. Planned for the opening segment of the two-hour webinar...

August 27 Hearing Will Allow Taxpayers to Voice Concerns

An annual hearing to allow taxpayers to present their ideas and concerns on property taxes or the alcoholic beverage tax is set for August...

CalChamber Capitol Summit Registration Opens

Registration is now open for the California Chamber of Commerce 2016 Capitol Summit, which will be held May 17–18 in Sacramento. Attendees will hear from...