Webinar: Top 10 Developments in California Employment Laws for 2023

  • When: Nov 9, 2022
  • Where: Webinar

The California Legislature has passed, and Governor Newsom has signed, a flurry of new employment laws that will kick in as early as January 1, 2023. It is that time of year when employers should begin adjusting their policies and practices to comply with the new employment laws that impact their workplaces.

Shareholders Shauna Correia and Lukas Clary of Weintraub Tobin’s Labor & Employment Group hosted a 90-minute webinar, wherein they provided an overview of new California legislation that employers must be aware of as they go into 2023. Topics discussed include:

  1. California’s new pay transparency and pay data requirements (SB 1162)
  2. Expanded pay data reporting requirements (SB 1162)
  3. New “designated person” requirements under the California Family Rights Act and Healthy Workplaces Healthy Families Act (AB 1041)
  4. New bereavement leave law (AB 1949)
  5. New meal and rest break rules for public healthcare workers (SB1334)
  6. Supplemental Paid Sick Leave extended through year end (AB 152)
  7. COVID-19 exposure notice requirements (AB 2693)
  8. Fleet motor vehicle tracking notices (AB 984)
  9. Workers excused during “emergency conditions” (SB 1044)
  10. Notices relating to contraception and abortion if not covered by insurance (AB 2134)

Watch the recording of this webinar here: