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California's 2016 session commenced on Jan. 4, 2016. Hearings are already scheduled on these bills of interest to California private-sector employers:
Bills can be tracked through the California Legislature’s website at http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov. This site includes committee reports on individual bills, normally issued at least one legislative day before a bill is heard in committee, or on the floor. If a committee’s hearings are streamed live online, they can be accessed through http://www.calchannel.com/live-webcast.
Look for the appearance of the following proposed policy changes in 2016:
Christopher E. Cobey is an attorney in the San Jose, Calif., office of Littler.Republished with permission. © 2016 Littler. All rights reserved.
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