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Attention Vendors:  No partial payment or

incomplete applications will be accepted!

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Dinuba Chamber Sexual Harassment Training

Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination based on

sex and can occur in many forms and under many different

circumstances. The federal government and the State of

California have passed laws that prohibit sexual harassment

in the workplace.  Noel Zuniga, Consultant/Owner, Labor

Compliance Solutions, understand these laws and is

offering training to meet all California sexual harassment

training requirements for employers to be in compliance.

If you missed the Sexual Harassment Training

for Employees and Managers, don't worry!

We have plans for these two sessions in September.




GAC Meeting July 10, 2019 12:00 pm

"Keep Your Business in Compliance"

Noel Zuniga, Compliance Solutions Consultant

Thank you to Noel Zuniga for the informative talk about:

SB1343 Sexual Harrassment Training

Cal OSHA Heat Illness Requirements

Good Practices for Employee Termination

21 Points of Determining Exempt and Non-Exempt Employees

Look for future announcements for Training and Workshops

with Noel Zuniga, Compliance Solutions Consultant.


Please RSVP for Lunch to 591-2707


CalChamber Led Coaltion Continues to Push

Forward Work Place Flexibility

Determing Factors for Independent Contractor

Is the ABC Test for Determining Indepent Contractors a Concern?

Read more how the CalChamber led coalition is addressing the one size fits all Independent Contractor Ruling


CalChamber Objects to Massive Expansion of

Air Emmissions Reporting Mandates

No Public Hearing Set as Proposed Rule Encompasses Small Businesses

Read more how CalChamber called for analysis of alternatives that would cost substantially less.


Workers Compensation Insurance is not Optional

The California Labor Commissioner’s Office reminds employers that they must maintain

valid workers’ compensation insurance coverage for all workers, including part-time employees.







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Thank you to Mike and Nori for the wonderful hospitality at Good

Morning Dinuba June 10th.  If  you haven't been out to their farm,

you need to check it out.  U-pick orchards featuring peaches, plums,

nectarines, pluots, and blackberries are not only delicious, but a fun,

educational outing for families to see a working farm, and pick a juicy,

ripe peach off of the tree as you learn what to look for and how to pick.

Also check out their Farm Stay - what a great staycation or a place to

escape work and/or those relatives that came to visit and won't leave.


Our Farm Story

Mike is a third generation farmer with a knack for storytelling.  Both

of Nori's grandparents were small family farmers, so she spent a lot

of time on the farm growing up.  Mike and Nori took over the

Naylor farm in 1979 and converted to organic practices in 1984.

They first opened their farm stay in 2011.

Mission statement – It has become increasingly rare for people

to have the experience of visiting a working farm, much less living

on one.  We wanted to give people the opportunity to tour and/or

stay on our farm. Our passion is educating the general public about

what it's like to run a small organic farm in California.  We love to

answer questions about what we do and how we do it.

What to expect - We grow over 30 different varieties of stone fruit

(apricots, nectarines, peaches, & plums) as well as blackberries.

Fruit is available for picking late May through September.  We do

not grow vegetables or have farm animals.  We are not able to

have people work on our farm due to the expense of insurance.

Visitors may pick fruit for eating or home preservation.

You can't get fresher than that!


Welcome to our new members:


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Income Tax Preparer-Bookkeeper-Notary





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What Direction Is Local Healthcare Heading?

Alta Health Care District is Soliciting

Community Input about Health Needs

Please take a few moments to complete the survey

in the link below to help guide the Alta Healthcare Board in

determining what programs to fund that have the biggest

impact on the overall qualtiyof health for our community.

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