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CalChamber’s HR Shameless Plug Awards Contest Now Open

CalChamber’s HR Shameless Plug Awards Contest has begun! Star, direct and produce a commercial for CalChamber that highlights the value and benefits of membership or any of our compliance and training products. You could win a $1,500 grand prize for the best video or a $500 runner-up prize. Your video can be funny or serious. […]

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Inaugural CalChamber HR Symposium in Los Angeles on October 26, 2017

Handling HR in California is a big job, even for the most experienced HR professionals. Thousands of attendees throughout the year look to CalChamber’s compliance training events for current, relevant employment law information, plus best practices to make reassuring decisions and avoid costly legal headaches. CalChamber is pleased to announce our inaugural HR Symposium. We’ve […]

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CalChamber Status Update on Major Employment-Related Legislation

The following list summarizes top priority employment-related bills for the California Chamber of Commerce and their status as of July 21, when the Legislature began its summer recess. CalChamber will publish a second report in September, showing the status of priority legislation when the Legislature begins its interim recess on September 15. October 15 is […]

31 Jul 17 - General - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

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2017 Board Chair: CalChamber Membership Helps Businesses Thrive

A California Chamber of Commerce video featuring 2017 Board Chair Susan Corrales-Diaz was released last week at the 92nd Annual Sacramento Host Breakfast. The video highlights the ways CalChamber promotes a healthy business climate and assists its members through compliance training programs and effective advocacy. Corrales-Diaz is president and CEO of Systems Integrated, a California company […]

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Four Employment-related Job Killer Bills Remain Active

Friday, June 2, was the deadline for bills to pass the house in which they were introduced. The following four employment-related job killer bills moved on to the second house: AB 1209 (Gonzalez Fletcher; D-San Diego) — Mandates that California employers collect data on the mean and median salaries paid to men and women under […]

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