Tag: Small Business

CalChamber, Linked Learning Alliance Form Network to Help Youth Find Jobs

The California Chamber of Commerce and the Linked Learning Alliance have launched a California network of employer associations committed to advancing youth opportunities and...

CalChamber Opposition, Local Business Testimony Help Delay Vote on Job Killer

The Assembly Judiciary Committee yesterday delayed voting on a job killer bill that if passed, will expose businesses to costly litigation when goods are...

Financing Program: Helping Small Businesses Become ADA Compliant

A June 2 webinar will help businesses learn more about a new loan program to assist California small businesses with financing the costs to...

CalChamber Identifies 13th Job Creator Bill

The California Chamber of Commerce has identified a new job creator bill, bringing the current list to 13 bills. The latest bill will be...

3 CalChamber Member Companies Land on ‘Best Small Companies in America’ Forbes List

Three California Chamber of Commerce member companies have been selected by Forbes magazine as among “The Best Small Companies in America” in 2016. The small...

SB 406: Job Killer Threatens Us With More Litigation and Costs for Small Business

(Cross posted in Fox and Hounds Daily) A workplace is most successful when an employer will want to do what it takes to keep a...
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Disability Access Reform/Education Bill Still Alive​​​

https://youtu.be/5UwclzN7TXU CalChamber Policy Advocate Jennifer Barrera discusses how SB 251 will help small businesses and limit frivolous ADA lawsuits.​

CalChamber Names Lodi, Torrance Business Owners as Small Business Advocates of the Year

​Contact: Christine Haddon SACRAMENTO, CA — The California Chamber of Commerce honored business owners from Lodi and Torrance today with its “2015 Small Business Advocate...

CalChamber Member Companies Among Fortune Magazine’s 50 Best Workplaces​

Seven California Chamber of Commerce member companies have been ranked among the “50 Best Small and Medium-Size Companies to Work For” by Fortune magazine. Small...