Below is information about changes to state employment laws that impact employers and employees in California. The recent Oakland City Council resolution prohibit any branch of city government from cooperating with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the California Immigration and Worksite Enforcement Act includes information about employee rights and employer responsibilities related to ICE…
California nonprofit receives $1.2 million from JPMorgan Chase to invest in veteran entrepreneurs
Veteran entrepreneurs will gain new partnerships to support their business growth
Our office is closed tomorrow, Friday, September 9, in celebration of Admission Day. Click here to read our previous post about the history of Admission Day. In 2005, the Office of the Governor produced a proclamation in celebration of Admission Day, that reads in part: “California became the 31st state in the union…
On September 9, 1850, California became a free, nonslavery state and the 31st state to join the union. Today, our offices are closed to celebrate our state’s history.
Click here for an interesting overview of California’s formation – we had no idea how many capitol cities we had before we settled on Sacramento.
We’re back in the office tomorrow, and wishing everyone a Happy Admission Day!