Tag: employment laws

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Most Popular Questions From HR Seminar

In this episode of The Workplace podcast, CalChamber Executive Vice President and General Counsel Erika Frank and employment law experts Bianca Saad and Matthew Roberts…

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Secure Your Seat Before These New Laws Events Sell Out

A year ago, no one could have imagined the compliance challenges businesses now face in our redefined workplaces. Lawmakers responded with Governor Gavin Newsom signing…

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Free 2020 Midyear Employment Law White Paper

As we chug along in one of recent history’s most interesting years (to put it mildly), much of the focus has been on the COVID-19…

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Temporary Restraining Order Granted Against AB 51

Yesterday, in a lawsuit filed by CalChamber and a business coalition challenging the constitutionality of AB 51, District Court Judge Kimberly Mueller granted a temporary…

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2019 Wacky Employment Law Situations

We may be overwhelmed with all the new employment-related laws coming January 1, but here are a few light-hearted (and downright wacky) employment law stories…

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You’ll Leave Our New Laws Seminars Well Trained, That’s Fur Sure

That’s what Goldie (HR’s Best Friend) and CalChamber want California employers to know when you attend a 2020 Employment Law Updates seminar in January. Of…

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California Secretary of Labor Headlines 2019 CalChamber HR Symposium

Register online now! The scene is set for the 2019 CalChamber HR Symposium on November 8 in the beautiful seaside destination of Huntington Beach. Handling…

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CalChamber Podcast Rewind: What Not to Wear – To Work and Other California Employer Concerns

In case you missed it, check out this podcast for tips on enforcing your company’s dress code during the summer months. Already in control of your dress…

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Employment Law Bills Signed This Week

We have been waiting to see which employment-related bills from this year’s legislative session Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. would sign or veto. This week,…