The Regional Chamber of Commerce - San Gabriel Valley is strengthening your business by providing you with the monthly Human Resources Seminars. Keep up to date on new legislation and the hottest legal trends affecting businesses today.
The seminars will be presented by the legal firm of Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo. The topics that will be covered in the series are Workers Compensation, Independent Contractors vs. Employee, Wage vs. Hourly, Right to Privacy, Social Networking, Credit Card Processing, Leave & Disability Issues, and more.
Join us in March at our New Venue:
Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Balkdwin Park
March 22, 2018 Topic:
Having a Baby....Properly Handling Pregnancy Leaves: Because of the differing provisions in the state and federal laws, calculating pregnancy leave can be complicated, particularly when coupled with child-bonding leave. Recent changes to the law allowing for paid "parental leave" further confuse many. Join Amber Solano partner with Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo to discuss effective strategies when handling pregnancy leave.
Event Organized by:
Baldwin Park Business Association
The Greater West Covina Association
Regional Chamber of Commerce-San Gabriel Valley
MEMBER BENEFITS AND PRIVILEGES
The Regional Chamber of Commerce-San Gabriel Valley is in business to support business. We are committed to strengthening the community by assisting you in achieving your full business potential. We are a voluntary action-oriented organization of businesses and professionals working together to promote the commercial and economic growth of the San Gabriel Valley, and to foster civic improvements that benefit the general welfare of those who live, work and visit here. We advocate on behalf of all business and give a voice to you in the San Gabriel Valley. We help you promote your business, and we communicate with you-by phone, mail or email-the latest events and issues affecting the business in the San Gabriel Valley. We have a full service staff to help you with any needs that may come up.
Investment dues paid on an annual basis.
Investment is based on Employee Count
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New Member One Time Administrative Fee
Chamber membership is effective when payment is received and active for 12 months from this time. Employees/associates that are affiliated with the listed business are recognized as members and may participate in all activities and benefits (Free events are limited to Chamber’s discretion). Annual investment in the RCCSGV may be tax deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense. Investments made to the Chamber are not a charitable tax deduction for federal income tax purposes. No refunds on membership.