California Will Require Pay and Hours Worked Data Confidentially Reported By 10 “Wage Ranges” and 10 Job Categories by March 31, 2021 in a New Component 2 “Look-a-like” Reporting Law

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The Bill California Governor Newsom signed into law on the last day of the California’s 2020 legislative session is SB-973. Continuing California’s open fight with the Trump Administration, the California Legislature stated the Bill’s intent this way:

Section 1 (d): “(d) Recognizing that pay discrimination is difficult to detect and address, the Obama Administration announced a proposed revision to the Employer Information Report (EEO-1) to include the reporting of pay data by gender, race, and ethnicity beginning in 2018. However, in August 2017, the Trump Administration put a halt to the implementation of this new

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