The Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce is OPPOSED to SB 878, which eliminates worker flexibility and exposes employers to costly penalties, litigation, and government enforcement, by mandating employers in the retail, grocery, or restaurant workplace, including employers who have hybrid operations that include a retail or restaurant section, to provide a 21-day work schedule and then face penalties and litigation if the employer changes the schedule with less than 7 days notice, even when the change is at the request of the employee.
Help us to advocate against SB 878 by following these two easy steps:
- Download this letter and sign it
- Email, fax, or mail the signed letter to TACC’s Government Affairs Coordinator Brandon Matson using the contact information below.
Email: BrandonMatson@TorranceChamber.com; Fax: 310-540-7662; Mail: Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce, 3400 Torrance Blvd, Suite 100, Torrance, CA 90503
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by Brandon Matson
Brandon is the Governmental Affairs Coordinator for the Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce. His primary responsibilities include facilitating the Chamber's Governmental Affairs Policy (GAP) group, planning Chamber events with legislators, and facilitating the Chamber's Political Action Committee (PAC). Feel free to contact him at any time.