Latino Business Council is a program of the Latino Business Foundation Silicon Valley and was established to provide a genuine voice and representation to our community of small and micro business owners and entrepreneurs.
Latino Business Council is a representative for the Latino Business community, made up of experts in different industries and whose main objectives are to provide advocacy, leadership development and business training; In other words, we will provide the resources necessary for small and micro businesses to grow with solid foundations and succeed.
Latino Business Council is part of a cooperative program, "Fair Workplace". Fair Workplace provides necessary information, training and resources for small and micro business owners to help them understand and come into compliance with Labor Standards for business owners.
RESOURCES FOR YOUR SMALL AND MICRO BUSINESS
As part of the “Fair Workplace Collaborative” Latino Business Council offers assistance to business owners, and information necessary to comply with current Labor Standards:
Free OLSE Legal Advice Hotline, staffed by lawyers. Ready to provide aid small business.
Free confidential services for Business and workers for those who qualify.
Free business owner and workers right’s Training
Free Workshops will last 90 minutes and combine two topics, such as Human resource compliance and a complimentary topic aimed at helping your business success!
Some topics will be available as live or on-demand webinars.
All Assistance, Webinars and Workshops are free of cost!
The participants of this workshop will learn tools to help their small business comply with the laws of sexual harassment prevention.
Group for Restaurant owners, who meet monthly to discuss policies affecting their industry, exchange ideas and receive training focused on the restaurant industry
During this workshop we will talk about the importance of implementing marketing in business, regardless of its concept or size. Participants will learn low-cost marketing strategies and methods that they can implement and obtain the maximum benefit, finding the right customers and thus generating greater sales and profits. Likewise, we will touch on the importance of finding and knowing your client.
Want to learn more, or attend one of our free workshops?
The toll-free help line is attended by our partners, at the Step Forward Foundation.
Fair Workplace Resource Partners:
Day Worker Center of Mountain View
Pilipino Association of Workers and Immigrants
Vietnamese American Roundtable
SBDC Silicon Valley
Step Forward Foundation
Working Partnerships USA