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When You're the Business Owner

California is one of the most regulated states in the nation and small businesses must stay compliant or face consequences, including hefty fines.

Do your HR practices put you at risk for costly fines and lawsuits? Hiring and firing. Overtime and sick leave. Changes to employment laws. It can be a lot to deal with on your own. As a small business owner, you may not have the resources or budget for a full-time HR expert to ensure your organization is compliant with its employment practices.

With a CalChamber Preferred Membership, you'll spend less time stressing over legal compliance and more time focusing on your goals, which includes unlimited access to our team of seasoned HR Advisers who can help you become compliant, stay compliant, and resolve employment law issues that may arise.

You'll easily:

  • Find clear explanations of legal requirements for payroll, meal breaks, mandatory training, and more.
  • Determine instantly if a law applies to you based on the number of employees you have in your organization.
  • Download forms and checklists, so you save time and don’t have to recreate the wheel.
  • Access easy to use tools, so you can get to what you need quickly.
  • Monitor new laws and regulations, court cases, and changes that affect your business, without spending precious time on research.
Additionally, CalChamber’s team of employment law experts continually update our members-only website,, so you know it’s accurate and current. What’s more, the site is easy to navigate so you can find the answers you need quickly.

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