Chamber News Week of April 18, 2022
|Last week the San Marcos Chamber took a position to oppose AB 2932, Increased Overtime Requirement. The bill would significantly increase labor costs by imposing an overtime pay requirement after 32 hours and other requirements that are impossible to comply with, exposing employers to litigation under PAGA.|
|THURSDAY, APRIL 28 5:00-7:00 PM|
Prior to this month’s Mixer, Up In Smoke will be hosting a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Then stay to mix and mingle, as well as enjoying some delicious offerings from our hosts.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20 8:00-9:00 AM
Enjoy coffee, great conversation, build relationships, share business tips and leads.Coffee Connections gives businesses the chance to expand, strengthen and build stronger business relationships in the City of San Marcos.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27 Noon-1:30 PM
This event provides an opportunity for 8 Chamber Members to join for a meal and learn more about each others businesses.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8 11:00 AM-1:00 PM
Mark your calendar and use the link below for more information on this prestigious event.
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EVERY TUESDAY3:00 – 7:00 PM Features fresh local produce, bread and baked goods, cheese, eggs, yogurt, bone broth and scratch made soups, tamales, fresh flowers, Kombucha, prepackaged foods, delicious hot foods, artisans, crafters, and live music.
As we are, hopefully, moving away from the pandemic, we need your help to better understand the impacts on small business. The Small Business Development Centers of California are collaborating with the State of California Office of the Small Business Advocate and California’s Women’s Business Centers to conduct a survey on the impact of Covid-19 on small business. We request your help on this survey. All results are confidential, and reporting is only in the aggregate.
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