'It Takes Two to Tango': Employee Requests Under the CCPA and the Employer’s Guide to Responding | Sessions
As the January 1, 2023, employees have new rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), including rights to request to access, delete, and correct the personal information an employer has collected from the employee. An employer's new obligations to respond to these requests create logistical challenges and pitfalls that businesses complying with CCPA requests from customers or visitors seldom face. Employers responding to employee requests must deal with large amounts of employee information, address legal obligations to maintain information for minimum amounts of time, best practices to maintain information in case of future litigation, and requirements to maintain accurate information about employees. In this presentation, attorneys from Fisher Phillips' Consumer Privacy Team will discuss the requirements related to receiving and responding to employee CCPA requests to access, delete, and correct, and best practices for responding to these difficult requests.
- Overview of the requirements for receiving, responding to, and complying with employee requests to access, delete, and correct.
- Strategies for responding to challenging employee requests to access and delete personal information.
- Strategies for responding to employee requests to correct personal information in personnel records.
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