Our friends at Littler Mendelson P.C. recently posted this article:
On January 1, 2023, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) will go into effect and California employers will be required to develop a compliance model to address the range of new privacy rights granted to their workforce members under the law. In our previous articles, we covered the data rights that workforce members will be able to exercise under the CPRA over the human resources (HR) data collected by employers.1 This article addresses the right that workforce members will have to receive a privacy notice, or “notice at collection,” which explains how the employer will use, disclose, and retain personal information collected by the company. The notice at collection is the first, and perhaps most integral, piece of a company’s CPRA compliance program.