Southern California Glass Management Association

The SCGMA has been beneficial to our company in staying up to date with changes happening in our industry and with our union. The association has held seminars and contractor summits that add value to our organization and leadership training.The SCGMA is also a very valuable link to many other California construction organizations and gives us access to those resources when needed. We look forward to continuing our involvement and membership with SCGMA.

Recent News

New Employer Requirements for 2020

New Employer Requirements for 2020

January 24, 2020

Minimum Wage-California’s minimum wage for employers with 25 or less employees is $12.00 and for employers with 26 or more employees is $13.00.  For exempt employees the minimum salary for 25 or less employees is $49.920.00 and for employers with 26…

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Sexual Harassment Training Requirements – Governor Newsom Signs Important Industry Reforms

Governor Newsom signed two important industry bills relating to sexual harassment training, SB 778 and SB 530.  These measures deliver needed time, clarity and flexibility to union construction employers attempting to complying with the State’s expanded sexual harassment training requirements….

January 15, 2020

2019 Legislative Recap

Governor Newsom Signs Priority Industry Legislation Governor Newsom has taken swift action and signed all four of the priority industry measures sent to him. Our continued success in improving the industry by pursuing change and pushing issues in Sacramento reflects your…

January 15, 2020

CSLB Announces New Renewal Fee Schedule

Since its creation almost 90 years ago, the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) has carried out its mission to protect consumers by regulating California’s construction industry in the most financially responsible way possible. CSLB operations are funded entirely by license…

January 15, 2020

Expanded Sexual Harassment and Abusive Conduct Training Requirements – SB 1343 Compliance

The highly-publicized #MeToo movement made a significant cultural impact in 2018, not only on workplaces and individuals across all industries, but also on California state lawmakers who responded by introducing and passing legislation aimed at curbing harassment in the workplace….

February 7, 2019
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Testimonials

I would say that one of the greatest benefits that Giroux receives as a member of the SCGMA is that we are kept informed of industry changes, both current and what’s coming down the pipeline. This was evident in the most recent contract negotiations with the union as it helped to know what was happening in other negotiations. The SCGMA provides an avenue for help if we are experiencing problems with labor issues or any type of legislation that might be impacting a particular job or the industry as a whole.

Robert Burkhammer , Giroux Glass Inc.

The SCGMA has been beneficial to our company in staying up to date with changes happening in our industry and with our union. The association has held seminars and contractor summits that add value to our organization and leadership training. The SCGMA is also a very valuable link to many other California construction organizations and gives us access to those resources when needed. We look forward to continuing our involvement and membership with SCGMA.

Dan Hope , Santa Barbara Glass Co.

Contact Us

SCGMA Contact Info SCGMA Headquarters
4712 E 2nd St. #450
Long Beach, CA 90803

Phone: +1 (562) 980-0070 Email: info@scgma.com Web: www.scgma.com

Deveney Pula Chief Executive Officer