New California bill aims at the combined $107 billion lost to gender, racial pay gap

New California bill aims at the combined $107 billion lost to gender, racial pay gap

Limón’s legislation builds off of a bill passed in 2020 that requires companies to privately report wage data to the California Department of Fair Housing and Employment. If the new legislation passes, companies would also have to report all wage data on their websites, disclose salary ranges on job postings, and include data on contracted workers. If companies fail to disclose the data, they could be fined $100 per employee, and $200 per employee if they continue to ignore the requirement.

https://www.mercurynews.com/2022/02/26/new-bill-aims-at-the-combined-107-billion-lost-to-gender-racial-pay-gap

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