Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Tag: Privacy

Governor Completes Action on Priority Business Bills

Last Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom completed action on bills sent to him by the Legislature, including priority bills for the California Chamber of Commerce. Just...

California Consumer Privacy Act Will Apply to Employers in 2023

In Episode 160 of The Workplace podcast, CalChamber employment law expert Matthew Roberts and CalChamber policy advocate Ashley Hoffman discuss the current state of...

Opposition in Final Days of Legislative Session Stops Onerous Requirements for Businesses

In the closing days of the legislative session, strong opposition from the California Chamber of Commerce and allied groups, including many local chambers of...

Climate Change Job Killer Bills: 1 Stopped; 1 Goes to Governor

On the final day of the session, Assembly members heeded the concerns raised by the California Chamber of Commerce and a coalition of more...

A Look at Drug Testing, Privacy Rights and Last Chance Agreements

My employee provided a doctor’s note for recent time off that included information that he was out due to “cocaine poisoning.” With this information,...

Californians Deserve Better Data Privacy Laws, Not More

“As California goes, so too does the rest of the nation.” It is true that this state has long sought to lead the way and...

CalChamber Tags Job Killer; Author Cancels Bill Hearing

Six days after the California Chamber of Commerce identified the job killer provisions of a workplace technology bill, the author pulled the proposal from...

CalChamber Releases 2022 Job Killer List

The California Chamber of Commerce this week released the first wave of bills to be included on its 2022 job killer list. The preliminary...

Privacy Attorney Joins CalChamber Policy Team

Ronak Daylami, an experienced attorney, has joined the California Chamber of Commerce as a policy advocate specializing in privacy issues. She came to the CalChamber...

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...