California SB 1162

Is your organization ready
to comply?

California SB 1162

Is your organization ready to comply?

This new California salary transparency law brings major changes for employers and it takes effect January 1, 2023.

Here's what you need to know:

  • Organizations with 100 or more employees must provide mean and median pay data to the state's Civil Rights Department. To identify any wage disparities, your report must account for each employee's gender and race/ethnicity.

  • The first pay data report must be submitted by May 10, 2023. Subsequent reports will be due in May of each year.

  • If you have at least 100 labor contractors, you'll need to file an additional pay data report

  • Disclosure of salary ranges on job listings are now required for companies with more than 15 employees

  • SB 1162 California also ramps up record keeping requirements. Employers must maintain wage rate histories for all employees until three years after their employment is terminated.

California-based organizations and beyond will need to comply with the law. Now is the time to prepare for SB 1162 California and minimize your legal risk. Fill out the form to learn more about the law and best practices for ensuring compliance.

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