Posts Tagged ‘“Job Killer” bills’

Major Employment-Related Bills Sent to California Governor

We’ve wrapped up another legislative session in California at last. Friday, September 13 was the deadline for the Legislature to pass any bills. Governor Gavin Newsom has until October 13 to sign or veto these bills. This year, employment-related bills generated some of the biggest buzz. CalChamber is urging members to contact the Governor to […]

17 Sep 19 - General - Matthew J. Roberts, Esq. - No CommentsRead More »

Employment-Related Job Killers, Other Harmful Bills Advance

Assembly and Senate fiscal committees sent California Chamber of Commerce-opposed bills, including five job killers, along for further consideration by the entire membership of both houses on Friday. Some bills were amended, while others were held in the fiscal committee and are likely dead for the rest of the year. Bills Advancing Following is a sampling of […]

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2019 Job Killer Update

The California Chamber of Commerce annual Job Killer list initially identified 31 bills that would harm California’s economic growth and job creation should they become law, several of those dealing with labor and employment issues. “These bills represent some of the worst policy proposals affecting California employers and our economy currently being considered by Legislature,” […]

26 Jun 19 - General - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

CalChamber Releases 2019 Job Killer List

The California Chamber of Commerce yesterday released its annual Job Killer list, which includes 24 bills that would harm California’s economic growth and job creation should they become law. “These bills represent some of the worst policy proposals affecting California employers and our economy currently being considered by Legislature,” said CalChamber President Allan Zaremberg. “Some […]

4 Apr 19 - General - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

And That’s a Wrap, with One Job Killer Still Standing

The legislative session came to an end last week. So how did it go? This past session, the Legislature addressed a variety of issues from wildfire liability, the #MeToo movement, to making surfing the official sport of California. There were over 2,600 bills introduced this year and approximately 1,000 have made it to Governor Jerry […]

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