Even if you only employ one person in California, you must conspicuously post required state and federal notices at your worksite. CalChamber makes it easy! As the trusted resource for employment law compliance, our all-in-one 2022 California and Federal Employment and Labor Law poster has the most up-to-date notices and reflects the latest mandatory updates, including:
Senate Bill 657 (SB 657) takes effect on January 1, 2022. Although SB 657 may allow for the electronic distribution of California required notices via email, it doesn’t change an employer’s obligation to physically display posters in the workplace. For remote workers, the physical posting requirement may apply to the employee’s home. If you choose to distribute notices electronically, you must instruct your employees to physically post the notices.
CalChamber keeps a pulse on California employment and labor laws so you don't have to. Today, more than 40,000 businesses in the state rely on CalChamber for timely HR resources and in-depth answers to California and federal employment law compliance questions.
CalChamber’s policy advocates capture front-line knowledge of new California laws and regulations by maintaining a steady presence at the State Capitol. We're also among the first to know new laws that may affect your business and employees — and how to comply with confidence.
Employment laws can change at any time, and both California and federal laws require you to keep notices current. In fact, your business could incur significant fines for not posting the most current California and federal notices. Mandatory midyear updates are not unusual in California.
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