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Following the recent rulings regarding AI in hiring and concern for the role of auditors, which I touched on in the previous AI in the Workplace Series installment, California has issued a ruling that serves as a starting point for the state’s AI regulation efforts.
The California Supreme Court’s recent ruling can now hold

New York City recently implemented a set of AI hiring laws, as mentioned in the first installment of my AI in the Workplace Series, and additional developments are cropping up by the week.
Most recently, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has received its first case of an employer being accused of the alleged

Recent strikes by Hollywood writers, actors, and Southern California hotel workers are reflecting a surge in union activity, with workers protesting against reportedly low wages, a lack of AI regulation, and more.
The protests come after years of allegedly stagnant salaries, growing cost-of-living expenses in California, low pay for TV staff, and job security concerns

The California legislature has been quite active, with numerous laws either passed or drafted between 2022 and 2023
Over the next several weeks, we’ll be discussing the details of these new bills with our “End-of-Term CA Legislation Series,” primarily in reference to workplace provisions and labor laws.
One of these bills was recently passed

Sexual harassment continues to be a hotbed issue in the news and the workplace. One recent and highly publicized example of a personal relationship that spiraled into a sexual harassment dispute is the case of Tiger Woods and his ex-girlfriend, Erica Herman, who began as employee of Woods’ golf empire.
After their split, Herman sued