Episode 5: Legislative Changes Needed to Fix California Consumer Privacy Act
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a sweeping privacy law that applies to businesses of all sizes across almost every industry. In this episode of The Workplace, CalChamber President Allan Zaremberg is joined by CalChamber Executive Vice President Jennifer Barrera and Policy Advocate Sarah Boot to talk about the challenges of implementing the CCPA. The trio digs deep into the potential costs to both business and consumers posed by the CCPA as they discuss the many unworkable provisions of the law. They conclude the conversation with a discussion of needed legislative fixes before the CCPA goes into effect on January 1, 2020.
Episode 16: Regulations May Require Employers to Monitor Air Quality/Provide Respirators
Episode 15: Meals and Breaks at the Office
Episode 14: Employee Misclassification
Episode 13: Ghost Employees and Applicants
Episode 12: Go-go Economy Fuels Record Budget Surplus
Episode 11: Labor Headlines
Episode 10: Marijuana and the Workplace
Episode 9: Legislative Trend: Expanded Leaves of Absence
Episode 8: Labor Law Helpline: What’s Your Question?
Episode 7: Taxes, Taxes and More Taxes
Episode 6: Men and #MeToo Movement
Episode 4: Say Cheese: Cameras In The Workplace, On-line Communication, and the Internet Test Bounds of Privacy
Episode 3: California Leads Presidential Election Landscape in 2020
Episode 2: Dynamex—The Elimination of Independent Contractors?
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