Job Killers

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​2014 'Job Killer' Bills

2014 "Job Killer" Bills

Overview

Job Killers LogoEach year the California Chamber of Commerce releases a list of "job killer" bills to identify legislation that will decimate economic and job growth in California. The CalChamber will track the bills throughout the rest of the legislative session and work to educate legislators about the serious consequences these bills will have on the state.

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Play Video - CalChamber Capitol Report: 'Job Killer' Bill Forces More Businesses Into Crowded CourtsCalChamber Capitol Report: 'Job Killer' Bill Forces More Businesses Into Crowded Courts
(September 19, 2014) CalChamber Policy Advocate Jennifer Barerra urges action on a 'job killer' bill that unfairly prohibits arbitration agreements and settlement agreements and will force more civil disputes into the already-overcrowded judicial system.
Play Video - CalChamber Capitol Report: ‘Job Killer’ Imposing New Liabilities on Governor's DeskCalChamber Capitol Report: ‘Job Killer’ Imposing New Liabilities on Governor's Desk
(September 10, 2014) CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg is urging all businesses to send a letter to Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. asking that he veto AB 1897, a 'job killer' bill that imposes new liabilities on innocent businesses.
Play Video - CalChamber Capitol Report: ‘Job Killer’ Bills Awaiting Vote​​​​​​​​​​​​CalChamber Capitol Report: ‘Job Killer’ Bills Awaiting Vote​​​​​​​​​​​​
(August 27, 2014) The latest CalChamber Capitol Report highlights problems with two 'job killer' bills awaiting action on the Senate Floor and the consequences for the economy if the bills are passed.
Play Video - CalChamber Capitol Report: Bill Will Impose New Liabilities on BusinessCalChamber Capitol Report: Bill Will Impose New Liabilities on Business
(August 11, 2014) CalChamber Policy Advocate Jennifer Barerra urges members to ask senators to oppose a “job killer” bill that forces one employer to be liable for another’s employment obligations and creates significant costs for the General Fund.
Play Video - CalChamber Capitol Report: Unproven Wage Liens​​​​​​​​​CalChamber Capitol Report: Unproven Wage Liens​​​​​​​​​
(August 8, 2014) CalChamber Policy Advocate Jennifer Barrera urges members to ask senators to oppose a 'job killer' bill that would allow employees to harass employers by filing prejudgment unproven wage liens on their property.
Play Video - Job Killer Bill Will Impose New Liabilities on BusinessJob Killer Bill Will Impose New Liabilities on Business
(June 11, 2014) CalChamber Policy Advocate Jennifer Barrera summarizes the significant increase in liability AB 1897 imposes on employers.
Play Video - Senate Committee​​ to Consider Sick Leave Mandate​​Senate Committee​​ to Consider Sick Leave Mandate​​
(June 10, 2014) CalChamber Policy Advocate Jennifer Barrera gives reasons to oppose the paid sick leave mandate in AB 1522.
Play Video - 'Job Killer' Split Roll Tax on Senate Floor'Job Killer' Split Roll Tax on Senate Floor
(April 30, 2014) On Thursday, the Senate is expected to consider, CalChamber-opposed SB 1021 (Wolk; D-Davis), a 'job killer' bill that authorizes school districts to impose a higher parcel tax on commercial property than residential property.
Play Video - 'Job Killer' Allows Employer Harassment'Job Killer' Allows Employer Harassment
(April 29, 2014) "Job killer" AB 2416 (Stone; D-Scotts Valley) allows employees to file liens on an employer’s real or personal property, or property where work was performed, based upon alleged-yet-unproven wage claims.
Play Video - CalChamber Highlights Concerns with Paid Sick Leave MandateCalChamber Highlights Concerns with Paid Sick Leave Mandate
(March 25, 2014) ​CalChamber Policy Advocate Jennifer Barrera testifies before the Assembly Judiciary Committee on the paid sick leave mandate.
Play Video - Richard Fowler Cites Unintended Consequences of AB 1522 Paid Sick Leave MandateRichard Fowler Cites Unintended Consequences of AB 1522 Paid Sick Leave Mandate
(March 25, 2014) Richard Fowler, president/CEO of The Community College Foundation, says the paid sick leave mandate will harm the Foundation, which employs 500 part-time students who intern at state agencies, or tutor in after school programs.


 
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