New Law Will Expand Pay Transparency Requirements in California
Holly Sutton and Hillary Marks spoke to The Recorder about California's pay transparency act, SB 1162, for the article "New Law Will Expand Pay Transparency Requirements in California."
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Starting January 1, 2023, employers with 15+ employees must include a position’s salary or hourly wage range (not including bonuses or equity-based compensation) in any internal or external job posting. This requirement extends to job postings published by a third party at an employer’s request.
SB 1162 does not limit the definition of employers to only those with operations or employees in California. As a result, this law could also impact employers that do not have a physical office or current employees in California but publish nationwide job postings for remote positions. Read the client alert here.