Each year, at the Chamber's annual Inaugural Dinner, we celebrate the contributions of the business community. This year marked a celebration of business leaders whose success in business and philanthropic efforts have contributed to a better Los Angeles.Read More
Los Angeles mourns the tragic loss of nine individuals. Devoted parents, talented young girls and inspiring coaches left us too soon. This news brought us shock, grief and deep sorrow.Read More
Last year, we embarked on a journey to establish a bold new vision and strategic plan for the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce. Leaders representing the diverse business sectors in our region, staff, Board members and the community participated in a robust dialogue about the future of the Los Angeles region and this Chamber.Read More
The Chamber has been at the forefront of combating our region’s severe housing shortage and homelessness crisis for the last 10 years. Read More
In this week of Thanksgiving, we send you warm wishes for a restful holiday.Read More
On Oct. 30, the Los Angeles City Council moved forward with their proposed Fair Work Week policy and requested a draft ordinance from the City Attorney. This proposal, commonly referred to as Predictive Scheduling, would create predictability pay that employers must pay when they make changes to the schedule that are made less than 14 days in advance of the start of the work period. It also mandates employers to keep written records of all changes to an employee’s schedule for four years.Read More
It's been a busy legislative season in Sacramento. Through our policy work, we ensure that the voice of business is heard in the state capital and represented in the legislative process. We work with our state legislators to understand their proposals and speak to the impact on our economy and job creation.
One of the gems at the Chamber is its focus on leadership development through the work of the Southern California Leadership Network (SCLN). Participants take a deep dive into the systems and trends shaping our region; explore solutions to some of our region's most pressing issues; hone their leadership skills; and build relationships with leaders from business, government and the nonprofit sectors. Participants are inspired to address complex issues facing the city and region, prepared to take on leadership roles within their organizations and communities and connected with a network of dynamic leaders to advance lasting, prosperous change.Read More