Given the COVID-19 crisis, our advocacy work has never been more important. The SCV Chamber launched IMPACT SCV, a direct message advocacy program, to allow our members to make their voices heard. When we all speak with one voice and take action, we amplify The Voice of Business!
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Check out our previous campaigns below:
- Oppose Cumbersome Workers Compensation Liabilities for Businesses During the COVID-19 Pandemic - Retired September 1, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of our daily lives as necessary ‘Stay at Home’ orders have created conditions in which businesses have needed to shut down and unemployment has increased. The SCV Chamber is concerned that SB 1159 would be detrimental for many employers who are struggling to keep their businesses alive in the face of this public health and economic crisis.SB 1159 would create a rebuttable presumption that an employee testing positive for or being diagnosed with COVID-19 within 14 days of working at their place of employment is eligible for workers compensation.
- Support The California Coalition for Safe Re-Opening's Three Point Economic and Public Health Recovery Plan - Retired July 20, 2020
The SCV Chamber has joined the California Coalition for Safe Re-Opening. This Coalition consists of local chambers of commerce and business and trade associations. Responding to the current COVID-19 emergency, the Coalition advocates for safe, reasonable, and predictable reopening plans in California that ensure the health of every resident, worker, and customer. Join us in support of the Three Point Economic and Public Health Recovery Plan created by the coalition, which was formed following Governor Newsom’s order to temporarily close indoor dining and operations for restaurants in 19 counties less than a month after allowing them to reopen.
- Support LA County Minimum Wage Increase Delay Ordinance - Retired May 27, 2020
- The LA County minimum wage is set to automatically increase on July 1, 2020 just as our businesses are starting to reopen and as we attempt to get our economy moving again. The LA County rise in the minimum wage is ahead of the State of California’s scheduled increases to get to $15/hour.
- Safer at Work, Safer in our Communities - Retired May 27, 2020
- Our LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger has proposed a reopening with the "Safer at Work, Safer in our Communities" plan to get us back to work and our economy moving again. Reopening LA County or allowing North LA County (Santa Clarita, Palmdale and Lancaster) to apply directly to the State for a variance is desperately needed to revive our County’s economy and allow for our workforce to provide for themselves and their families.
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