Monthly Archives: January 2022

Earlier this month, Mayor Todd Gloria gave his state of the city and focused on four top issues in San Diego: infrastructure, public safety, homelessness, and housing. The Mayor announced bold plans to tackle these issues and we were pleased that plans for a housing package is a priority.   As we know, the region’s […]

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Sidney Aki was appointed as Customs and Border Protection Director, Field Operations (DFO) for the San Diego Field Office. Mr. Aki served as Port Director at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport from 2006 to 2008. His responsibilities included oversight of the operational activities at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Oakland-Pontiac Airport, Lansing International Airport, Grand Rapids International […]

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On Tuesday, the paid sick leave expansion deal dropped. Governor Newsom was joined by Senate Pro Tem Toni Atkins to announce the deal which will provide the benefit through September 30, 2022. Supporters have pointed to the benefit as a crucial way to keep sick employees home, and help close out threats of spreading COVID. […]

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  Governor Newsom unveiled his 2022/23 budget proposal. The Toplines:  $286.4 billion budget with an anticipated $47B surplus. This includes the $2.7B he announced for expanded COVID testing and vaccine.  He also included $3B over numerous years to address the gaping unemployment insurance fund debt which could bring some relief to employers who would otherwise […]

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The United States started requiring vaccinations for all border crossings on Jan 22. As COVID-19 cases continue to rise nationwide, the U.S. will require non-U.S. travelers entering the country by land or water to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 beginning Saturday, Jan. 22. The new rule affects both the U.S.-Canada and U.S.-Mexico border crossings and […]

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The COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) are still in effect. The workplace standards were updated in December 2021 to include minor revisions related to returning to work after close contact. The revisions became effective on January 14. In addition to these requirements, employers must follow public health orders on COVID-19. The latest order from […]

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With the rise of Omicron in the community, the Chamber is aware that businesses are in need of basic supplies to help protect their staff, clients, and customers. We have received a new shipment of PPE which will be available for all businesses. PPE distribution will take place on Fridays from 9 a.m. – 4 […]

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What do you think of when you hear ‘supply chain management’?  In today’s business environment, the most prominent leaders look to supply chain as the ‘make or break’ critical business function. “The supply chain stuff is really tricky” – Elon Musk Where can your team stay up-to-date on the latest business issues and trends? How […]

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While Daily Endorphin performs maintenance on the Daily Endorphin app, here are steps for adding a shortcut to the log-in page to your Apple device’s home screen. First, visit https://getfitsd.dailyendorphin.com/de/login from your device’s internet browser.  Then, expand the options on the bottom of your browser. Click  “Add to Home Screen” and create a name for […]

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