3 results for tag: California Employers


Part 2: California’s Pay Transparency Act (SB 1162) – Are You Ready?

Last week I reported that more pay transparency was coming to California. The Golden State is joining New York City, Colorado, and Washington in requiring employers to disclose pay ranges in job ads. Under the law, employers with 15 or more workers will be required to include pay ranges in job postings and those with at least 100 representatives or workers for hire should report mean and median pay data as well as payment data of employees supplied by labor contractors in pay data reports in each combination of race, ethnicity, and sex. Regardless of where you sit on this law; proponents claim that this will be an important step in equalizing ...

Part I: California’s New Law Requires Companies Post Salary Ranges on Job Listings

California just signed into legislation (09.27.22, Senate Bill 1162) that will require all employers based or hiring in the state to post salary ranges on all job listings. The new legislation also makes significant changes to California’s existing pay data reporting requirements. The legislation will require California-based organizations in excess of 100 employees to show their median gender and racial pay gaps — a first for a U.S. state. In recent years, more states have adopted an array of transparency laws to fight the stubborn gender and racial pay gaps. California would join Colorado, New York City, and Washington State in ...

New COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave is a New Requirement as of March 29, 2021, for California Employers

In California starting March 29, 2021, by Senate Bill 95, signed by Governor Newsom on March 19, 2021 (California Supplemental COVID-19-related Paid Sick Leave, “CASPSL"), employers operating in California must begin providing their California employees a new form of COVID-19 supplemental paid sick leave. The new version reaches small and large employers alike and mandates that employers provide COVID-19-related paid sick leave in more circumstances than last year’s supplemental paid sick leave law and applies retroactively to January 1, 2021. Last year’s supplemental paid sick leave expired December 31, 2020. Governor Newsom signed the ...