|Job Creator Bill to Curb Costly Litigation Fails to Pass Senate Committee|
(May 9, 2012) California Chamber of Commerce Policy Advocate Jennifer Barrera testifies on SB 1374 (Harman; R-Huntington Beach) a job creator bill that would have protected employers from inappropriate litigation.
|Marc Burgat Testifies on Job Creator Bill Providing Regulatory Certainty|
(May 8, 2012) CalChamber Vice President, Government Relations Marc Burgat testifies on SB 1099 (Wright; D-Inglewood) a job creator bill that provides certainty for business by creating a predictable, easy-to-track implementation schedule for regulations.
|CalChamber-Supported Bills Encourage More Manufacturing Jobs in California|
(April 5, 2012) CalChamber Policy Advocate Mira Guertin urges support for job creator bills, AB 1911 (Donnelly; R-Twin Peaks) and AB 1972 (Huber; D-El Dorado Hills), that encourage employers to maintain/expand manufacturing operations in the state.
|CalChamber Backs Health Care Tax Deductions to Free Small Businesses to Invest in Growth|
(April 5, 2012) CalChamber Policy Advocate Marti Fisher urges member support for AB 1510, a job creator bill that frees small firms to invest in business growth instead of spending limited resources on health care expenses.
|CalChamber Sponsors Bill to Protect Employers from Inappropriate Litigation|
(April 5, 2012) CalChamber Policy Advocate Jennifer Barrera urges support for SB 1374 (Harman; R-Huntington Beach), a CalChamber-sponsored bill that protects employers from inappropriate litigation.
|Senate Labor and Industrial Relations Information Hearing: Workplace Flexibility|
(November 16, 2011) California Chamber of Commerce Policy Advocate Jennifer Barrera yesterday provided an employer perspective on the need for more workplace flexibility at an informational hearing of the Senate Labor and Industrial Relations Committee.
|Updates on Job Killer and Job Creator Bills|
(June 15, 2010) Jeanne Cain discusses the CalChamber "job killer" and "job creator" bills at the 2010 Public Affairs Council Election Retreat.
|CalChamber Urges Support to Ensure Funding for Employee Training|
(May 6, 2010) CalChamber Policy Advocate Kyla Christoffersen urges member support for AB 1804, a job creator bill that ensures funding for employee training.
|Brian Hawley, Chairman and CFO of Luminex Software Inc. Voices Support of Flexible Workweek Bill|
(April 14, 2010 13:00) Brian Hawley, chairman and CFO of Luminex Software Inc. voices his support of SB 1335, which would provide flexible work schedules for employees.
|SureWest Communications Executive Director Greg Gierczak Gives His Support of SB 1335|
(April 14, 2010 15:00) Greg Gierczak, executive director of external relations for SureWest Communications voices his support of SB 1335 and flexible work weeks.
|Senators Testify in Support of SB1335 - Flexible Work Schedules|
(April 14, 2010) SB 1335 authors, Senator Cox (R-Fair Oaks) and Senator Dutton (R-Rancho Cucamonga) testify with CalChamber witnesses in support of flexible work schedules.
|CalChamber comments on AB 1771|
(April 13, 2010) Policy Advocate Marti Fisher comments on AB 1771 a job creator bill that would allow California businesses to compete for contracts with state agencies.
|Brenda M. Coleman Discusses AB 1846|
(April 7, 2010) CalChamber Policy Advocate Brenda M. Coleman discusses "job creator" bill that has the dual benefit of facilitating job creation while ensuring environmental integrity.
|Robert Callahan Discusses SB 1010|
(April 6, 2010) CalChamber Policy Advocate Robert Callahan talks about a bill that would protect projects from litigation under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA.)
|CalChamber Discusses Flexible Work Schedule Bill|
(March 30, 2010) CalChamber Policy Advocate Kyla Christoffersen comments on SB 1335 that would promote flexible work schedules for California employees.
|Governor Signs CalChamber Job Creator Bill|
(March 23, 2010) CalChamber Policy Advocate Brenda M. Coleman comments on signing of 'job creator' bill that is a step in the right direction toward helping the state diversify its sources for generating electricity.