California Employer Requirements: Record Retention, Notices and Postings

Effective January 1, 2022, California employers must retain personnel records for applicants and employees for four years from the date the records were created, or the date the employment action was taken.

Also effective January 1, 2022, 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(s) attached.

Jackson Lewis:
New Legislation Makes Procedural Changes to DFEH Enforcement and Expands Employer Record Retention Requirements

New Bill Allows Required Notices and Postings to be Emailed to Employees