Employers with California workers must submit pay data by May 8
“Spectacular achievement is always preceded by unspectacular preparation.”
– Robert H. Schuller
California employers have until May 8 to submit last year’s pay data to the state. The reporting portal opened Feb. 1.
California law requires private employers with 100 or more employees and/or 100 or more workers hired through labor contractors to submit information annually on pay and demographics.
While the law is not new, some of the requirements have changed this year, and employers should take note, Jacklin Rad, a partner at Fisher Phillips, told HR Dive. Employers also need to recognize that even if they only have one employee in California, they must abide by the reporting requirements — even if all their other workers reside outside the state.
“We’re expecting that a lot of those employers don’t know that they need to file,” Rad said.
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Source: Ginger Christ, Reporter, HR Dive