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 started with the County Chamber’s annual members meeting to elect directors and appoint officers. Socializing started at 6pm followed...
Trinity County Economic Development: Beyond Tourism and Marijuana Round-table TCCC has hosted three round-table discussion about the opportunities and barriers to economic development in Trinity...
At the March 12 Annual Members Meeting, the voting membership at the meeting elected their 2020-21 Board of Directors. A director’s term is currently one...
- Updated Form: COVID-19-Related Paid Sick Leave or Family and Medical Leave (FFCRA) — Employee Notice April 14, 2021Give this form to an employee who needs to provide notice of their need to take either paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave under the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) for qualified reasons related to COVID-19.
- Updated HR Library: Unemployment Insurance Benefits and COVID-19 April 13, 2021As millions of displaced workers seek economic relief in the form of California's Unemployment Insurance (UI) program, the federal government has stepped in to supplement it (and each state's UI program) with funding through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
- Tip of the Week: Creating an Emergency Action Plan April 12, 2021Every employer must maintain an Emergency Action Plan and conduct emergency training and drills periodically.
- Updated Form: COVID-19-Related Paid Sick Leave or Family and Medical Leave (FFCRA) Documentation Checklist — For Employer Use Only April 8, 2021This checklist will help guide you through the required documentation for employees who need to take either paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave under the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) for qualified reasons related to COVID-19.
Business Community Join the Trinity Chamber of Commerce...
- CalChamber Board Names Barrera Next President/CEO September 17, 2021The California Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has appointed Jennifer Barrera as the organization’s next president and CEO, effective October 1, 2021. Barrera will succeed retiring CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg, who will remain on the job until the end of 2021. Zaremberg has served as CalChamber president and CEO for 23 years. […]
- Legislature Sends Two Job Killer Bills to Governor September 17, 2021A California Chamber of Commerce job killer bill that will eliminate an agricultural employee’s right to cast an independent vote in secret union ballot elections and a job killer bill that increases costs and liability on employers in the garment industry have passed the Legislature and are headed to the Governor’s desk. A CalChamber-opposed bill […]
- Applicant’s Workers’ Comp Claim History Can’t Be Used for Screening September 17, 2021We work in an industry that is at a higher risk for workplace injury. In an effort to keep our workers’ compensation costs lower, can we ask if applicants for employment have an active workers’ compensation claim or if they have ever filed for workers’ compensation benefits? Workers’ compensation laws are complex and uniquely different […]
Upcoming County Events
- US Businesses Lead COVID-19 Relief Efforts Across the Globe September 23, 2021 KRosenblatt
- INFOGRAPHIC: Why We Need to Act Now To Rebuild America September 22, 2021 shackbarth
- Let’s Not Miss This Unprecedented Opportunity to Modernize our Water Infrastructure September 21, 2021 KRosenblatt
- How 7 States Will Benefit from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill September 20, 2021 shackbarth
- New Report Finds Construction Contractors Struggling to Find Workers, Materials September 17, 2021 TSwanek
- Congress Should Write Privacy Rules, Not the FTC September 16, 2021 KRosenblatt
- Capital Gains Proposals Will Harm U.S. Competitiveness and Job Creation September 16, 2021 KRosenblatt