With the completion of Trinity Dam in 1961 came the allocation of 25% of the generated power to Trinity County for benefit of its citizens...
Serene Trinity Lake, the rushing Trinity River and the magnificent Trinity Alps are the main attractions in the area. Trinity Lake and Lewiston Lake are...
Trinity County offers a variety of locations with spectacular landscapes to film documentaries, commercials, or movie scenes—from Weaverville’s old west façade to the Trinity Alps...
Save on Mandatory Employee Training!!!
Compliance Alert: California employers with five or more employees must provide harassment prevention training to all employees by the end of 2020. That’s two hours of training to California supervisors (and to out-of-state supervisors of California employees), and one hour of training to nonsupervisory employees in California. Training must take place within six months of hire or promotion and every two years thereafter.
Trinity County Chamber members get PREFERRED member pricing on CalChamber online training. Your savings starts at $5 for the 1-hour employee course and $10 for the 2-hour supervisor course.
To get your Preferred member code and link, email Chamber@TrinityCounty.com
Mix, Mingle, and Learn. The evening starts with the County Chamber’s annual members meeting to elect directors and appoint officers. Socializing starts at 6pm followed...
Trinity County Economic Development: Beyond Tourism and Marijuana Round-table #2 Monday, February 10, 2020 Trinity County Library, Weaverville, 5:30pm We will continue our public discussion...
Join our Leadership Team! The Trinity County Chamber of Commerce is accepting Letters of Interest from Chamber members who would like to share their leadership...
- Updated Form: Minors - Statement of Intent to Employ and Request for Work Permit - Form B1-1 April 7, 2020Use this form when employing minors who are required to attend school and file it with the school district for each minor. You can obtain this form by contacting the Office of the Superintendent of the minor's school district. The form should be completed by the minor and signed by the employer.
- Tip of the Week: Fair Pay Act April 6, 2020All California employers must comply with the Fair Pay Act which prohibits an employer from paying any of its employees wage rates that are less than the rates paid to employees of different gender, race or ethnicity for substantially similar work.
- Updated HR Library: Temporary Exception to WARN Act for COVID-19 (Coronavirus) April 3, 2020California Governor Gavin Newsom issued Executive Order N-31-20 on March 17, 2020, temporarily suspending the requirements of the California Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN Act) for the duration of the current COVID-19 emergency, subject to certain conditions.
- New Form: WARN Notice to State/Local Officials (California) — COVID-19 Exception April 1, 2020This form is based on California Executive Order N-31-20, which temporarily suspends California Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act’s 60 days' advance notice requirement for mass layoffs/terminations due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) related reasons, provided the employer complies with certain conditions. The Executive Order is specific to COVID-19 circumstances and does not suspend notice requirements […]
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Upcoming County Events
- NFIB: This Saturday Shop Small, Boost the Economy November 22, 2016Americans who are planning to hit the malls after Thanksgiving should also remember to visit local merchants for their holiday shopping, said the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) today.
- Op-Ed: What do small business owners really want? November 17, 2016Politicians aren't very popular right now. Congress' approval rating is hovering around 10 percent in many polls. As these politicians march toward the polls, they will do everything they can to associate themselves with things Americans still respect. One of those things is small business.
- Federal Court Upholds Employers’ Right to Seek Legal Counsel in Labor Disputes November 16, 2016A U.S. District Court in Texas blocked a DOL rule requiring small business owners to disclose any communication with legal counsel in preparation for union elections.
Trinity County residents can find themselves involved in a multitude of activities. Every community has a volunteer fire department and most with an auxiliary to...
Trinity County Office of Education serves approximately 1600 students from Kindergarten through 12th grade. Nine school districts are located in this sparsely populated but geographically...
- 5 Essential Traits of Successfully Executed Businesses April 7, 2020Starting a company is one thing; making it last is an entirely different challenge.
- Seeking Capital? Ask Yourself These 3 Questions First April 7, 2020Statistics report around 75 percent of venture-based startups fail, so make sure you can answer these three questions before getting into business.
- How a Sinking Ship and an Airplane Inspired Pam Jordan to Leave the Corporate World and Start Her Own Business April 6, 2020Be brave and take the risk, especially during a time of crisis, says the entrepreneur.
- Are Your COVID-19 Business Losses Covered by Insurance? April 2, 2020Follow these steps to find out what your insurance will and won't cover during this crisis.
- Don't Make These 5 Mistakes When Starting Your Next Business April 2, 2020Surviving launch day doesn't mean you're out of the woods. In fact, your greatest pitfalls might lie ahead.