1. What’s changing?
Under the current version of the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), an employer’s obligations related to the personal information it collects from employees, applicants, and contractors residing in California (collectively, “Employment Information”) are relatively limited. Specifically, it needs to (1) provide those individuals a “notice at collection” that discloses the categories of personal information the employer collects about them and the purposes for which that information is used, and (2) safeguard those individuals’ personal information against unauthorized access or acquisition.
Come January 1, 2023, however, those obligations will dramatically expand when California’s new comprehensive privacy law, the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”), which amends the CCPA, takes effect.
Read the full article on Jackson Lewis’ Workplace Privacy, Data Management & Security Report.