Warning: New California Privacy Law Has a Long Reach

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California will be implementing the strongest electronic privacy law in the nation come Jan. 1, 2020, but provisions of the law mean that companies that collect and store data on Golden State residents can be held to account for data they store going back to Jan. 1 of 2019. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, California residents can request all data an organization may have on them going back 12 months. Any company that stores data of any type on residents will need to start now to make sure they are properly collecting and classifying California resident data starting January 1, 2019….
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Top 10 Laws and Regulations for 2019

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  Every year comes with new laws and regulations that affect employers. It pays to stay on top of all the new requirements, so we are here to help you understand those that are most likely to affect your business. The following are the top 10 laws, regulations and trends that you need to know about going into 2019. 1.     Sexual harassment training Since 2005, California law has required employers having 50 or more employees to provide at least two hours of sexual harassment training to supervisors every two years. SB 1343 changes this by requiring employers with five or more employees…
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