Governor Brown, CalChamber Chair Offer Ways to Keep California on Forefront of Innovation

The importance of international trade, immigration reform and technology to California were the subjects of a speech given by California Chamber of Commerce Board Chair Susan Corrales-Diaz at the Sacramento Host Breakfast yesterday. The

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CalChamber-Opposed Job Killer Expands Employment Litigation

A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed job killer bill that could increase costs and the risk of litigation for California employers has been reintroduced. SB 62 (Jackson; D-Santa Barbara) will significantly expand the type of

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Clarifying California’s Sick Leave Law: Employers Must Have Policy in Place to Cap Sick Leave at 3 Days

In the midst of much misinformation and confusion, yesterday, July 1, marked the day California employers were required to begin providing paid sick leave benefits to their eligible employees.   The California Chamber of

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