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News from CalChamber May 8, 2020, Sacramento CA: Lower-risk workplaces and businesses such as clothing stores, florists and manufacturers may reopen today with adaptations as California enters the first phase of Stage 2 of the Resilience Roadmap to reopen the state’s economy. In this initial phase, the following businesses may open with modifications: Curbside retail, […]Read More

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News from CalChamber Sacramento, CA: As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our economy, business owners are trying their best to ensure that employees returning to the workplace are safe to resume their duties, particularly when those duties involve interactions with other people. For this reason, many businesses are implementing safety procedures that often include temperature […]Read More

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News from the GCVCC Legislative Committee Sacramento, CA: The GCVCC has taken a position of opposition to AB 2570 (STONE) FALSE CLAIMS ACT. The position is taken based on the GCVCC Platform position(s) found under “Economic Development and Business Regulations”. GCVCC Legislative Team: Our tax process is complicated enough for small business owners, and already […]Read More

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News from CalChamber Sacramento, CA: Many Californian businesses are facing difficult choices during this COVID-19 pandemic (also known as the coronavirus pandemic). Confronting losses in revenue and uncertainty in the future, businesses are evaluating their options for preserving their companies while maintaining their workforce. CalChamber members are asking, “What is the difference between furloughing and […]Read More

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News from CalChamber: Sacramento, CA: Governor Gavin Newsom yesterday signed an executive order to ease restrictions on commercial drivers supporting emergency relief efforts, and suspend certain existing laws for employers directly affected by COVID-19. The order aims to address dwindling supplies of essential medical and sanitary items, and sudden changes in workforce needs that are affecting businesses across […]Read More

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News from CalChamber Sacramento, CA: In response to the coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) situation, many school districts are electing to shut down campuses for several weeks to attempt to mitigate the spread of the virus. These closures will undoubtedly have a huge impact on both employers and employees, but employers and employees have several options, […]Read More