June 25, 2020 | From HRCalifornia Extra

by James W. Ward, J.D.; Employment Law Subject Matter Expert/Legal Writer and Editor, CalChamber

In California, there’s never a shortage of new employment laws, regulations, local ordinances and court cases to keep employers on their toes — and 2020 has been a particularly challenging year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Along with the numerous other challenges that came with largely shutting down the state, employers have to decipher and comply with a host of new pandemic-related federal, state and local laws and orders.  

Even though COVID-19 continues to drive substantial legal changes this year, employers also should be aware of some other non-COVID developments, including new discrimination and safety regulations, privacy enforcement, local minimum wage updates, and recent court decisions.

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