A Summary of CRD’s Recent FAQ Update: What You Need to Know

California has expanded its past data reporting requirements for “payroll employees” to include a new pay data report for employers with 100 or more “labor contractor employees.” It’s a move that’s not too surprising given the rise in the use of contractor laborers and the advancement of what has come to be known as the…

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SB 1162 Reporting Deadline Extension

Complying with federal, state, and local government regulations can be a considerable administrative burden and expense for employers, and that’s when those employers understand the scope of the regulations fairly well. It gets even trickier when new rules are introduced.  With limited real-life examples to draw from, employers and their legal and regulatory advisors must…

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Act Now to Meet SB 1162 Pay Data Reporting Requirements

The clock is ticking. For employers doing business in California (which encompasses a significant number of employers around the country), the deadline for submitting SB 1162’s required pay data report including annual mean and median pay data is looming—Wednesday, May 10, 2023.  However, the California Civil Rights Department (CRD) has proposed a two-month extension for…

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How to Comply With California SB 1162 [RESOURCE]

Less than 30 days from now the pay transparency requirements of California’s SB 1162 law will be in effect. That means employers with operations in California will need to append pay range information to all job listings. Of course, sharing pay information for job listings is no easy undertaking. Organizations need to evaluate their compensation…

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California SB 1162: Frequently Asked Questions

Every so often, a “tsunami” law comes crashing in. SB 1162, the new California pay transparency law, is sweeping in with substantial changes to the employment landscape. So significant, that employers who have just one employee need to comply with at least part of the new requirements. Poised to pinpoint patterns of wage discrimination, California…

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California SB 1162 Signed Into Law: Takes Effect Jan. 1

Yesterday afternoon, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 1162 into law. It is now one of the most aggressive pay equity laws in the country. Effective January 1, 2023, a mere three months from now, organizations around the country will have sweeping new reporting requirements to comply with. To help you prepare for the forthcoming…

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California SB 1162 One Signature Away From Becoming Law

Earlier this week California SB 1162 passed the state Senate and Assembly floor, clearing all California state legislative hurdles. The bill now advances to Governor Gavin Newsom who has until September 30, to sign it into law. Following the success in the final rounds of California’s state legislature, Senator Monique Limón, who first introduced SB…

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Key Findings From California Pay Data Reporting Collection

In an ongoing effort to combat employment discrimination and promote pay transparency, the state of California passed SB 973 in 2020.  This law requires California private companies with 100 or more employees to annually report pay and hours-worked information by establishment, job category, sex, race, and ethnicity to the California Department of Fair Employment and…

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