Saturday, February 4, 2023

CalChamber Identifies Four Job Killer Bills

The California Chamber of Commerce has identified four job killer bills that would have a negative impact on California’s economy if they become law. CalChamber will release the full list of job killer bills in the spring.

AB 5 (Gonzalez Fletcher; D-San Diego/Kalra; D-San Jose) Hampers Ability to Manage Workforce Effectively.

SB 33 (Dodd; D-Napa) Discriminates Against Arbitration.

SB 62 (Jackson; D-Santa Barbara) Expands Employment Litigation.

SB 63 (Jackson; D-Santa Barbara) Expansive Leave Mandate.

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