Year-End CCPA Data Privacy Compliance Deadline Looms for California Employers: Are You Ready?



California’s legislature wrapped up its 2022 session without having extended an exemption that kept employment data from being part of the California Consumer Privacy Act’s many requirements. That means that employers subject to the CCPA must be prepared to comply with the many data privacy obligations as they relate to employment and job applicant data starting on Jan. 1, 2023.

In this webinar, attorneys Benjamin Ebbink and Usama Kahf of law firm Fisher Phillips will explain the law, the upcoming requirements, and ways that staffing firms should prepare.

During this webinar, attendees will learn

  • What the California Consumer Privacy Act and California Privacy Rights Act say and what that means for staffing firms
  • Whether the rights, obligations, and requirements apply to their business and employees
  • The seven steps to compliance with the CCPA and CPRA
  • Best practices regarding compliance and communications with clients


Benjamin Ebbink, Esq.Benjamin Ebbink, Esq.

Partner, Fisher Phillips

With two decades of experience in labor and employment law and in assisting the development of California labor law and regulations, Ebbink focuses on legislation introduced at the state and local level. He assists employers with navigating evolving legislative and regulatory landscapes in a variety of areas including employment classification, workplace discrimination, employee privacy, wage and hour law, employee compensation, trade secrets, employment contracts and terms, health care, immigration, employee leave, workers’ compensation, and workplace safety.


Usama KahfUsama Kahf, Esq.

Partner, CIPP/US, co-chair, data security and workplace privacy practice group, Fisher Phillips

Kahf is an active member of the firm’s data security and workplace privacy practice group and consumer privacy team. He and a team of attorneys across the firm advise clients on compliance with state consumer privacy laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act. He regularly conducts trainings and publishes articles relating to data privacy and data breach matters, including data breach counseling, reporting, and litigation trends.

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