Business owners united to organize the Employers Council in 1996 to represent the community's economic base of privately owned businesses.
A core position of the Employers Council is acting to care for a thriving business community that is essential for improving the standard of living and quality of life for county residents.
The cumulative business knowledge of the Employers Council is put to work in support of local businesses. We constantly promote good public policy for economic development. We remind locally elected officials that the economy is our businesses and the community benefits from thriving businesses.
Businesses provide jobs and household income for families in Mendocino County. Charitable causes, like youth sports, often receive financial support from businesses. Essential public services, police and fire protection, operate with tax revenues which increase when businesses and their employees prosper. Those day-to-day realities of living are the basis for the Employers Council to oppose excessive, duplicative, and "Job-Killing" regulations.
We represent the business community before elected leaders because we understand what it takes to run a business, often they do not, and you are too busy running yours.
WHO WE ARE
BUSINESSES OPERATING IN
ACTIVE LOCAL BUSINESS
OWNERS AND EMPLOYEES
RETIRED BUSINESS OWNERS
EXECUTIVES AND PROFESSIONALS
LISTEN TO THE
NEEDS OF THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY
ENGAGE IN PUBLIC EDUCATION AND
ADVOCACY EFFORTS REGARDING
MAJOR ISSUES OF COMMUNITY
ENSURE THAT THE VOICE OF
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY IS HEARD
WHAT WE DO
We believe that government exists to provide needed public services which the private sector cannot provide.
We will inform our members of actions or potential actions by local government which could impact their business through added regulation, increased cost of government or changes in emphasis of priorities of enforcement.
Based on member direction ecmc will implement efforts to influence government consistent with our mission and purpose.
We will inform the community of issues coming before local governments and explain our position on these issues.
We will work with other community organizations to gain their support or lend our support to them when our objectives coincide.
We oppose actions by government which undermines the principle of private property rights.