State Legislation: AB 1209 (Gonzalez Fletcher) Employers: gender pay differentials

AB 1209

Updated July 27, 2017

Public Shaming of California Employers. Imposes a mandate on California employers to collect data on the mean and median salaries paid to men and women under the same job title or description without also considering any bona fide reason for differences in compensation, to publicly shame California employers and expose them to costly litigation for alleged wage disparity where no violation of the equal pay law exists.


STATUS:Amended and re-referred to Senate Appropriations.


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