The infographic above highlights the results of an analysis of California SB973 pay data that shows an annual gender pay gap in 2020 of $46B and an even higher race/ethnicity annual gender pay gap of $61B. The analysis is based on summarized, anonymized pay data filings that Trusaic, a regulatory compliance company specializing in pay equity analytics, helped prepare on behalf of organizations, extrapolated to the entire workforce in California. SB 973 authorizes the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) to enforce the annual reporting of pay and hours-worked data for employers with more than 100 employees. DFEH examines reported pay data for evidence of both pay discrimination and non-pay employment discrimination.