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Required Privacy Training to Be Covered in CalChamber Virtual Seminar

Two state privacy laws — one in effect since 2018 and the other taking effect in 2023 — require companies to adequately train employees...

CalChamber Offers Virtual Seminar on Privacy Rights Act Training

The California Chamber of Commerce will be presenting a virtual seminar on February 24 titled “The California Privacy Rights Act: Implementing a Compliance Program...

Live Webinar on Avoiding Discrimination / Harassment in Workplace

Retaliation, disability and sex discrimination/harassment comprised more than half of the 65,388 employment complaints filed in California in 2014, according to the California Department...

Background Checks in California: What Employers Must Know

Considering the digital age and all the ways employers can access information about current and prospective employees, sometimes an employer learns too much about...

Voting for CalChamber Off-the-Wall Poster Contest Now Open

Help the California Chamber of Commerce pick the winners of the Off-the-Wall Poster Contest by voting for your favorite 2014 California and Federal Employment...

CalChamber Sick Leave Law Webinar Attracts More Than 820 Attendees

On November 5, 822 people from around the state gathered around their computers and smart devices to watch a California Chamber of Commerce live...

Harassment Prevention Training to Include New Requirement in 2015

Preventing “abusive conduct” will have to be a component of sexual harassment prevention training courses starting in 2015. Legislation enacted this year (AB 2053) requires...