This week, we weigh in on the upcoming expiration of California’s privacy exemptions and how employers can develop preventative policies and procedures to effectuate employee rights under the state’s laws.

California Privacy Exemptions Set to Expire

The California Consumer Privacy Act and the California Privacy Rights Act exemptions for employee, applicant, and business-to-business data are set to expire on January 1, 2023. How can employers prepare? Epstein Becker Green’s Brian Cesaratto has more.

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DOL Extends Comment Period for Proposed New Rule Regarding Independent Contractor Status 

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has extended by 15 days the comment period for its proposed rule on classifying independent contractors. Comments on the proposal were due by November 28, but now the DOL has extended the comment period to December 13.

D.C. Employers: Have You Complied with the Non-Compete Clarification Amendment Act?

Employers with employees in the District of Columbia had until October 31, 2022, to comply with a specific notice provision contained in the D.C. Non-Compete Clarification Amendment Act of 2022.

Other Highlights

New York City Employers, Don’t Be Spooked: Everything You Need to Know About the Salary Transparency Law
Insights
Susan Gross Sholinsky, Marc Mandelman, Bob O’Hara, Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper, Ann Knuckles Mahoney

Know Your Rights: The EEOC Issues New Workplace Discrimination Poster
Workforce Bulletin
Susan Gross Sholinsky, Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper

Time Is Money: A Quick Wage-Hour Tip on … Complying with California’s Wage Statement Requirements
Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Kevin Sullivan

2022 AIPLA Trade Secret Summit
Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility
Erik Weibust, Eddie Loya

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