New Bill Allows Required Notices And Postings To Be Emailed To Employees

Jackson Lewis P.C.

There are many employment law bills currently sitting on Governor Newsom’s desk, but back in July the Governor signed Senate Bill 657 (SB 657) to make a small change assisting employers with remote workers. SB 657 allows that in any instance in which an employer is required to physically post information, an employer may also distribute that information to employees by email with the document or documents attached.

While this does not remove an employer’s obligation to physically display postings as required, the measure is intended to clarify the employer’s ability to communicate required information more effectively.

This statute takes effect on January 1, 2022.

Jackson Lewis will continue tracking state legislation that is relevant to employers. 

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