California: New Law Imposes Pay Data Reporting Requirements on Large Employers


All Employers of 500+ CA Employees


July 1, 2019


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UPDATE (10/23/17) – Although passed by the California State Legislature, this law was not signed by Governor Brown and therefore did not go into effect. Look for additional updates on this topic. 

While the Trump Administration has indefinitely blocked implementation of the EEO-1 form section that would have required reporting employee pay data, California has gone a step further in requiring employers to report information about gender wage differentials.  Effective July 1, 2019 and biennially thereafter, Labor Code Section 2810.6 will require employers of 500 or more CA employees to collect and report specific demographic and wage disparity information.