The California legislature just concluded one of the most interesting sessions in the state’s history. Not only did it itself shut down completely on two different occasions due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the last few days of session featured the entire Republican contingent of the Senate quarantined and debating and voting on legislation remotely via video feed. Bizarre to say the least.

However, that didn’t stop lawmakers from passing some significant labor and employment legislation before they left town. Here’s a quick rundown on some of the more critical legislation of which California employers need to be aware.

AB 685—Employer COVID-19 Reporting Obligations

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