Why You Should be a Corporate Member
Influence: Make a Difference on the Issues that Affect Your Company
When government policy on crucial issues for the business community is being shaped, you want to have a seat at the table and an experienced advocate on your side. That’s why you need to be a Corporate Member of the California Chamber of Commerce (CalChamber).
Access: Add CalChamber Experts to Your Team
As a Corporate Member, you’ll have access to issue experts who know what’s happening behind the scenes. The insights you gain can help give you an edge in business planning decisions.
Community: Be Part of a Powerful, Connected Community
With the support of Corporate Members like you, we’ve enjoyed major victories for private sector employers in the California Legislature, at the ballot box, and in the courts. We’ve championed workers’ compensation reform, fought lawsuit abuse, stopped new taxes, blocked further restrictions on employer-employee relations, streamlined tax and corporate governance laws, and more.
Your Return on Investment
Your participation as a CalChamber Corporate Member is key to our ongoing success, resulting in an Advocacy ROI of more than $3,000 per California employee, year after year.
As a CalChamber Corporate Member, you have exclusive access to:
• Participation in Policy Committees: The opportunity to provide input on CalChamber policy recommendations in subjects like health care, taxation and chemical regulations.
• Executive Reports: Periodic e-updates from CalChamber President/CEO Allan Zaremberg with information about priority legislative issues for business.
• Quarterly group conference calls with CalChamber President/CEO Allan Zaremberg.
Plus: A Suite of Compliance Tools and Services
• 34 issues of Alert, our advocacy newsletter covering business and legislative issues;
• Unlimited calls to the CalChamber Labor Law Helpline’s highly qualified HR advisers;
• 5 accesses to the compliance resources and tools of HRCalifornia.com;
• Year-round 20% discount on CalChamber compliance products and training.