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Montclair, CA 91763
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Inland Empire Chamber Legislative Alliance

The mission of the IECLA is to develop a consensus, speak with a common voice and serve as a public policy advocacy on issues that impact the business and economic climate of the IECLA Chamber members and the general business communities they serve.

State Budget Concerns:

The IECLA strongly supports state funding for local Redevelopment Agencies. Individual cities are closer to knowing which improvements are vital and needed for the business community. Please call and write to your local state legislators to show your support for these dollars in the California budget.


July 2017 Update

Alliance meetings will be held on the 4th Monday of each month.

(Dark in December)

The next Alliance meeting will be September 25, 2017

(Dark for the summer months of June-August)

The meeting will welcome guests at 9 a.m.

Location:

Ontario Chamber of Commerce

3200 Inland Empire Blvd Suite #130, Ontario, CA 91764


The IECLA wants to keep you updated on the following:

AB 5 (Gonzalez) Employers: Opportunity to Work Act.   JOB KILLER

Unfair Scheduling Mandate. Burdens small and large employers with a  scheduling mandate that requires employers to offer additional hours of work to employees before hiring a new employee or contractor and exposes employers to multiple threats of costly litigation for technical violations that do not cause an employee any harm.

SB 33 (Dodd) contracts for goods or services: waiver fraud, identity theft, and wrongful use of personal identifying information.    JOB KILLER

Discrimination Against Arbitration Agreements.  Unfairly discriminates against arbitration agreements contained in contracts for goods and services and is likely preempted by the Federal Arbitration Act, which will lead to confusion and litigation, by prohibiting any mandatory arbitration agreement that requires an individual to waive any claims for fraud, identity theft, or wrongful use of personal identifying information.

SB 62 (Jackson) Unlawful employment: family care and medical leave.   JOB KILLER

Significant Expansion of California Family Rights Act. Increases costs, risk of litigation and creates less conformity with federal law by expanding the family members for whom leave may be taken, which will provide a potential 24- week protected leave of absence for employers to administer.

SB 63 (Jackson) Unlawful employment practice: parental leave.   JOB KILLER

Imposes New Maternity and Paternity Leave Mandate. Unduly burdens and increases costs of small employers with as few as 20 employees by requiring 12 weeks of protected employee leave for child bonding and exposes them to the threat of costly litigation.

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