To say that the past year has been challenging would be an understatement. COVID-19 continues to be part of the discussion in California, and there have been a number of additional new developments that California employers should be aware of as we usher in the new year: expanded pay transparency and pay reporting obligations; expanded sick and CFRA leave requirements; a new obligation to provide bereavement leave; and CPRA/CCPA policy requirements to name only a few. Join the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the ACC for their annual review of these obligations and other significant developments in California employment law over the past year. We will explain the new laws scheduled to take effect in 2023, survey key agency developments, review important U.S. Supreme Court and California court rulings, discuss pending legislation and key court decisions (including the 9th Circuit’s pending decision regarding AB 51), and, of course, review COVID-19 requirements that remain in effect. We will also cover best practices to prepare your organization for employment law compliance in the new year and beyond.