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California Pay Data Reporting Advances: EEOC May Not Be Alone for Long

The recent focus on the EEOC’s new Component 2 to its EEO-1 Report has been undeniable. It requires employers report on the race, ethnicity, sex, job type, pay, and hours worked data of its employees. OMB approved this data collection during the Obama Administration. Then, under President Donald Trump, the OMB reversed course, staying the … Continue Reading

Closing the Unequal Pay Gap: California Releases Guidance to Employers on Complying with the California Fair Pay Act

Since passing the California Fair Pay Act (“CFPA”) on October 6, 2015, California has remained a trailblazer in its efforts to address and decrease gender pay inequity. The CFPA requires all employers pay employees performing “substantially similar work” the same wage regardless of gender, ethnicity or race. The CFPA also requires employers to provide the pay scale … Continue Reading

Employers Required to Post Transgender Rights in the Workplace Posters

Effective January 1, 2018, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) requires employers with 5 or more employees to post Transgender Rights in the Workplace Posters which may be accessed here. The posting obligation is not met by prior versions of the poster. The Transgender Rights in the Workplace poster provides information regarding transgender … Continue Reading

Jackson Lewis Statement in Response to University of San Diego Law School Professor’s Op-Ed

As an on-campus recruiter and scholarship donor at the University of San Diego School of Law, Jackson Lewis P.C. issues this statement in light of the ongoing debate surrounding Professors Lawrence Alexander and Amy Wax’s op-ed, “Paying the Price for the Breakdown of the Country’s Bourgeois Culture.” While acknowledging the importance of scholarly debate and … Continue Reading
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