- The California Pay Data Reporting Portal is scheduled to open on February 1, 2024, and reports must be submitted no later than May 8, 2024.
- The pay data reporting law requires employers with one hundred or more employees to file annual pay data reports with the California Civil Rights Department.
- The Civil Rights Department is expected to issue revised templates, FAQ guidance, and user guides soon.
California’s pay data reporting law, originally enacted in 2020, requires private employers with one hundred or more employees to file annual pay data reports with the CRD. The law was amended in 2022 with the enactment of Senate Bill (SB) 1162. Among other requirements, the amended law obligates covered employers to report median and mean hourly rates within each job category for each combination of race, ethnicity, and sex. The amended law also added a requirement to report data regarding workers employed through labor contractors.
Ogletree Deakins’ OFCCP Compliance, Government Contracting, and Reporting Practice Group will continue to monitor developments with respect to California pay data reporting and will provide updates on firm’s California, OFCCP Compliance, Government Contracting, and Reporting, and Pay Equity blogs.
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