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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...

Voters Agree with CalChamber Positions: Say ‘No’ to Propositions 29, 30

California voters agreed with the California Chamber of Commerce by giving a resounding “no” to Propositions 29 and 30. Proposition 30 would have increased the...

Many Privacy Rights Act Provisions Take Effect Jan. 1

Originally passed in 2018 and effective in 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a comprehensive privacy law aimed at enhancing California residents’...

Applicant’s Criminal History Off Limits Until After Making Job Offer

We want to protect our company and staff from criminals. Can we ask applicants if they have a felony conviction in our application or...

General Motors: Driving All-Electric Future

This article is part of a series of profiles of CalChamber member companies that are contributing to the state’s economic strength and ability to...

18 Newspapers Across State Reject Proposition 30

Newspapers across California are urging their readers to vote no on Proposition 30, a November ballot measure that proposes to raise the tax on...

COVID-19 Regulation: Cal/OSHA Makes Big Changes Ahead of December Vote

California employers may want to get out their measuring tape — because the size (in cubic feet) of a workspace just became an important...

Voters Should Reject Proposition 30

The California Chamber of Commerce is urging all Californians to vote NO on Proposition 30. California’s ability to compete depends on attracting and retaining...

Governor Completes Action on Priority Business Bills

Last Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom completed action on bills sent to him by the Legislature, including priority bills for the California Chamber of Commerce. Just...