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CA Employers Have New Pay Data Reporting to File – SB 973

It’s called SB 973 and it requires private employers to report certain pay and other data to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing.

Here are the highlights:

Who: Private employers of 100 or more employees (with at least 1 employee in California)
What: Pay and hours-worked data must be reported
How: Complete your filing on the California DFEH website’s “Pay Reporting Portal”
Where: Click here to visit the Pay Reporting Portal
Why: Despite California’s ongoing efforts to support equal pay laws, the gender and racial gaps continue to exist across business. It is believed that by having companies self-report their pay and hours worked data, that companies will increasingly become self aware, and allow California to more effectively manage and enforce equal pay and anti-discrimination laws.

Helpful links to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing

If you have any questions and can’t find what you’re looking for in the attached resources, please do not hesitate to contact your KSBarlevi representative.