California’s New Pay Transparency Law: What Staffing Firms Need to Do NOWM

Overview

Highlights

In September, California’s governor signed SB 1162 into law. It expands the scope of California’s existing pay transparency laws, imposes new requirements for including pay information in job postings, and extends pay data reporting requirements to many staffing companies. Employers subject to the law must be prepared to comply with some of its reporting requirements starting Jan. 1, 2023, but the snapshot period is between October and December of this year, which means compliance steps and preparation should begin now.

In this webinar, attorney Annette Tyman of law firm Seyfarth Shaw will explain the law, the upcoming requirements, and ways that staffing firms should prepare.

During this webinar, attendees will learn

  • Whether the law’s requirements apply to their business and employees
  • What the relevant timelines are and how to prepare
  • Best practices regarding compliance and communications with clients

Presenters

Annette Tyman

Annette Tyman

Partner, Labor & Employment, Seyfarth Shaw

As co-leader of Seyfarth’s People Analytics group, Annette leads a multidisciplinary team of attorneys, labor economists, data analysts, and other professionals to develop data-driven solutions that solve complex workforce issues. Annette collaborates with employers to design and implement metrics for tracking, assessment, and achievement of workforce objectives including effective talent acquisition and management, pay equity, diversity and inclusion, and workforce restructuring with an eye toward minimizing litigation risk.

Skahan Sharde

Skahan Sharde

Senior Associate, Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Shardé provides employment counseling to employers on common employment matters including internal investigations, employee discipline, and accommodations. Shardé advises clients on the frequently changing patchwork of pay equity laws in the United States and around the globe, including state-specific pay reporting requirements and pay transparency laws. Shardé also represents employers in state and federal courts, arbitration, and before California administrative agencies.


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