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Privacy Why Employers Need To Pay Attention Right Now To California’s Consumer Privacy Law

California lawmakers passed a landmark privacy act in 2018 that provides sweeping new protections for consumers, and wades into territory covered by the European Union’s far-reaching General Data ...

Privacy What California's New AB 5 Law Means For Employers

The law provides that violating businesses may be subject to injunctive ... capital to satisfy a misclassification judgment or award, both the government and private litigants now have a more...

Privacy How Changes to California's Data-Privacy Rules Would Affect Employers

Credit: Jason Doiy/ Recorder State lawmakers have sent to Gov. Gavin Newsom what will likely be the final amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act before the landmark data-privacy bill...

Privacy Alabama drivers and employers face new laws on Sept. 1

The new makes changes to the types of pay records employers are required to keep. The new law applies to both public and private employers, with no exception for small businesses. Mississippi is...

Privacy New EEO-1 Pay Data Reporting Requirements: What Employers Need to Know

All private employers employing 100 or more employees and subject ... only those federal contractors that employ 100 or more employees are required to submit Component 2 data). If an employer fails...

Privacy Privacy: what data can employers collect from company-issued tech?

Whether they’re aware of it or not, employers could be collecting personal data from company laptops or smartphones. Diane Gilhooley and Paula Barrett look at what data is and is not reasonable for...

Privacy Employers, It's Time To Step Up For Your Candidates' Privacy Rights

Job seekers share their information dozens of times, creating a plethora of profiles, all the while handing over rights to their data. In reality, it’s next to impossible for candidates to know and...

Privacy What Should Employers Do About the California Consumer Privacy Act?

This information must be provided in the business' online privacy policy and, upon request, directly to the consumer as relevant to that consumer. More specifically, within 45 days of receiving a ...

Privacy Why Less Data May Be More for Employers Using Wearables in Workplace

It just comes with the wearables. What’s more, having all this data in its system could expose the employer to medical and cyber privacy issues and make it a target for discovery efforts of...

Privacy Illinois biometric privacy law suits against employers continue as proposed amendment stalls

Numerous biometric data privacy infringement cases continue to wind their ways through U.S. state courts, and are unlikely to stop soon, with proposed legislation that would have stemmed the tide...

Privacy Employers Beware: Judge Greenlights Employee’s Privacy Lawsuit Over Dropbox Access

Many employers maintain policies limiting their employees’ expectation of privacy in the workplace ... work on her work computer and Defendant Franklin Walk, CCCTC’s Internet Technology...

Privacy Employers Get A Pay Data Reporting Reprieve – But For How Long?

Specifically, it identified that “some aspects of the revised collection of information lack practical utility, are unnecessarily burdensome, and do not adequately address privacy and...

Privacy Harbinger or Outlier? Is ‘Dittman’ Creating a New Common Law Privacy Obligation on Employers?

Cybersecurity vulnerabilities at U.S. companies, and the resulting problems maintaining the privacy of personal information of ... sensitive personal information stored by the employer on an...