Chamber President & CEO Attends California Future of Work Convening in L.A.

L.A. Area Chamber

December 12, 2019

Chamber President & CEO Maria S. Salinas joined the fourth convening of the California Future of Work Commission to discuss the problems of low-wage work and economic inequality in the state. The commission, of which Salinas is a member, was formed by Gov. Gavin Newsom in August to help California leaders think through how to create inclusive, long-term economic growth and ensure workers and their families share in that success.

Past meetings of the commission have addressed the state of work in California, technological innovations and their impact on the workforce, and education and skills training. This was the first convening held in Los Angeles.



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