2017 Job Killer List
The California Chamber of Commerce has identified 27 job killer bills to call attention to the negative impact that these measures would have on California’s job climate and economic recovery if they were to become law.
CalChamber will periodically release job killer watch updates as legislation changes.
“Economic growth and job creation are the keys to making California a great place to live, work and do business,” said Allan Zaremberg, President and CEO of the California Chamber of Commerce. “The bills on this year’s job killer list are a threat to our state’s future prosperity and our quality of life. The goal of the job killer list is to remind California policymakers to keep their focus on the paramount issue affecting their constituents—job creation and prosperity for all.”
Each year the California Chamber of Commerce releases a list of job killer bills to identify legislation that will decimate economic and job growth in California. The CalChamber tracks the bills throughout the rest of the legislative session and works to educate legislators about the serious consequences these bills will have on the state.
AB 1209 (Gonzalez-Fletcher) Employers: gender pay differentials – Bill PageOctober 3, 2017, 11:02 pm
SB 63 (Jackson) Unlawful employment practice: parental leave – Bill PageOctober 3, 2017, 10:57 pm
SB 33 (Dodd) Contracts for goods and services – Bill PageOctober 2, 2017, 5:42 pm