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Last year was a blur for many, with continued shutdowns, the arrival of vaccines, and OSHA and state regulations coming into play. And then came 2022, with lawsuits questioning whether those regulations could even be enforced, rapid court rulings, offices and plants reopening, variants creeping up and differing rules on masking. In other words, we've been living COVID in the workplace for the past two years, and it's been exhausting. But, not too exhausting for the California Legislature to craft new legislation that started to impact employers at the beginning of the year. While we seem to be at a point where we can take a short breather from all things COVID, it's time to take a look at these laws and how they are affecting employers.
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