Debbie Newton Johnston
US Chamber News
Family First Coronavirus Response Act Summary
Latest Congressional Action on Coronavirus Response
Employers and Employees Info
Tulare County Workforce and Employment Connection have put together links to sites to help you navigate your business through these tough waters for your business.
Please click on the Business Resources tab below to access the letter with the links for your business needs.
If we can be of further assistance you can call the office at 591-2707 Office hours are reduced and we are adhering to the State Order for Non-Essential Businesses, limiting public access at this time. You may also call Sandy Sills - cell phone (559) 972-3873.
Other Business Resources
Click on Links below
Cinco de Mayo Pageant Director
Two very deserving ladies who serve our community and make us great!
Did you ever wonder about those American flags that are proudly hung over the streets of Downtown Dinuba?
Our Dinuba Kiwanis have been doing this service for our community for
55 years. Thank you for your service!
The Governor has put forth a Shelter in Place Order for all Californians. It is important for all of us to do our part in following the directive and remain home as much as possible, which for many means closing their business during this time.
Above is a link to determine if your business should be open or closed. If you see a business who is not complying, you may call and leave the information with the Public Works Dept for the City of Dinuba Code Enforcement Officer, at (559) 591-5924. The Code Enforcement Officer has been instructed by City Council to respond to complaints and to visit businesses that aren't in compliance with the Governors Directive.
Let's all do our part to keep Dinuba healthy.
Information about the Care Act and how to apply
Family First Coronavirus Response Act
Employee Rights Posters for your Business
Family HealthCare Network COVID-19 Drive Thru Testing
Family HealthCare Network
Temporary Closure of Sequoia National Forest Developed Sites until April 30th and Winter Closure until May 30th
For more specific information and for contact numbers for Rangers read update
We are still taking Cinco applications for this event.
Tulare Kings Youth for Christ
2019 Large Business of the Year
Postponed until October
Youth for Christ has made a huge impact on youth and our schools in Dinuba and Tulare and Kings County. They have connected with 6089 different students and have a presence in 13 school districts in the two counties they serve. They bring mentors to elementary, junior high, and high school campuses to provide models for living and develop leadership among our youth. Their staff and volunteers provide guidance, tutoring, and counseling as well as opportunities for experiences, education, and growth as a person and follower of Christ. In talking with school staff, it is has been a great partnership. The positive impact of YFC staff, volunteers, mentors, and programs on our youth can be seen in the discipline, the academics, and graduation stats.
Thank you Youth for Christ for caring and sharing!
Welcome to Downtown
Avanti Health Link
101 North L Street Suite #101
Relocated to 144 North L Street Suite #104
Welcome New Members
145 North Alta Avenue
March GAC Meeting
Dinuba Vocational Center
199 North L Street
Please RSVP for Lunch to 591-2707
U.S. District Court Ruling Invalidates AB 51
February 4, 2020
On Friday, January 31, United States District Court Judge Kimberly Mueller issued a ruling halting enforcement of and invalidating in full AB 51, a law that would have banned employers from, as a condition of employment, entering into arbitration agreements for claims brought under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and Labor code.
The California Chamber of Commerce led a large coalition of employers in challenging the law, arguing that AB 51 conflicted with federal law. After considering all briefing, Judge Mueller granted plaintiffs’ motion for a preliminary injunction in full.
CalChamber Offers Help on Independent Contractors Law
Now that AB5 has been signed into law and is set to take effect on January 1, 2020, employers may be wondering how they will be affected.
To help employers prepare for AB5's requirements, the CalChamber has an on-demand webinar available, and is offering a free white paper, A Roadmap for AB5: California's new Law on Worker Classification.