Thursday, April 18, 2019

Attorney General Releases Guide to Complying with Supply Chains Act

Attorney General Kamala D. Harris has issued a resource guide to help companies doing business in California comply with state law requiring them to...

New Heat Illness Regulations to Take Effect May 1

Changes to California’s heat illness prevention regulations will take effect on May 1, in time for this year’s growing season and warmer summer weather,...

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...

Use of AB 60 Driver License to Meet Form I-9 Requirements

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office (USCIS) has released two FAQs about whether the AB 60 driver license may be an acceptable identity...

From HRWatchdog Blog: Bizarre Excuses for Being Late to Work

Every now and then, the morning just doesn’t go right and you wind up running late for work. When asked in a new survey from...

Paid Sick Leave Law: A Look at Employer Compliance Options

With the signing of the legislation mandating that employers provide employees with paid sick leave starting July 1, 2015, many employers are questioning what...

CalChamber Offering HR Boot Camp Seminars

The California Chamber of Commerce is helping employers build their HR muscle at several topic-packed training sessions around the state that focus on the...

Help Available to Determine Facilities’ Accessibility Compliance

Making sure that a business is accessible to all members of the public, including those with disabilities, can be challenging in California. One way to...

CalChamber Releases List of New Employment Laws

The California Chamber of Commerce has released a list of new employment laws scheduled to take effect in 2015 or earlier that will have...

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...

Recent Headlines from HRWatchdog Blog

Following is a sampling of recent entries on the HRWatchdog, the employment law blog from the California Chamber of Commerce. • San Francisco Announces Minimum...

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...

More Employer Liability When Contracting for Labor

AB 1897 is a sweeping new law that will increase liability on employers who contract for labor. The purpose of the law, which goes...

CalChamber Webinar to Explain New Requirements Under Sick Leave Law

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3dqou4z9Zo Erika Frank, CalChamber vice president of legal affairs and general counsel, gives a preview of the upcoming CalChamber webinar on the new paid sick...