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Reducing the Risks of Pay Discrimination Claims: Employer Pay Equity Audits

With a proliferation of recent legislative changes and proposed regulatory changes, pay equity is going to be an issue for which employers need to prepare and face head on. Generally speaking, employers may be at risk for pay...more

EEOC Seeks Compensation Data to Address Pay Equity

On February 1, 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) issued a notice to amend the EEO-1 form to require private employers and federal contractors with 100 or more employees to submit pay data to the...more

EEOC Proposes New Pay Data Reporting Requirements for Employers

The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) has published proposed revisions to the requirements associated with the Employer Information Report (EEO-1). The EEO-1 already requires employers with more...more

Is Your Pay Equity Up To Snuff? EEOC Plans To Start Collecting Pay Data, And Using It

On the seventh anniversary of President Obama's signing into law the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the President announced that not enough progress has been made to ensure that women and men are paid equally. In a...more

EEOC Announces Proposed Addition of Pay Data to Annual EEO-1 Reports

Pay Ranges and Hours Worked to Be Included, Making It Easier to Spot Trends and Pay Discrimination - WASHINGTON --The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today made public a proposed revision to the...more

EEOC Seeks Input on Proposed Pay Data Collection Requirements and Retaliation Enforcement Guidance

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is soliciting public comments on two proposed policy changes that could have a significant impact on employers. The agency plans to require companies with 100 or more employees to...more

Breaking News: New EEOC Pay Report Proposed For Employers in 2017

If there was any doubt that pay equity is major risk area for employers, that doubt should now be erased. This morning, on the seventh anniversary of the signing of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the EEOC made a startling...more

Remarks of Chair Jenny R. Yang at the White House Equal Pay Event, January 29, 2016

Remarks as Prepared for Delivery - Thank you Valerie, for your leadership on equal pay. I would also like to thank President Obama for his unwavering commitment to advancing opportunity for all. Through our work at the...more

New Employment Laws for California Public Employers

As in years past, 2016 brings important changes to employment laws in California — a state that continues to be a challenging environment for employers. Employment issues ranging from healthy workplaces and gender...more

Annual Labor and Employment Law Update

California Broadens Its Fair Pay Act (SB 358). Since 1949, California Labor Code § 1197.5 has prohibited employers from paying employees of one gender “less than employees of the opposite sex in the same establishment for...more

New California Employment Laws of Particular Interest to the Hospitality Industry

SB 588: Expanded Individual Liability For Owner, Director, Officer or Managing Agent - Senate Bill No. 588, the "California Fair Day's Pay Act," amends or adds 13 statutory sections to California's Labor Code or Code of...more

California’s New Fair Pay Act: Practical Recommendations for Employers

As of January 1, 2016, employers need to adapt to California’s new Fair Pay Act (SB 358). Previously, the law prohibited employers from paying lower wages to employees of opposite gender when they performed equal work that...more

[Event] The New California Fair Pay Act - Jan. 28th, Palo Alto, CA

You are invited to join Cooley's legal experts from our Employment & Labor group for a breakfast briefing on the new California Fair Pay Act, which will go into effect on January 1, 2016. According to its supporters, the Act...more

New Year’s Resolution: Internal Investigation Tips For Retail Employers

The first time you learn of an employee’s complaint probably isn’t the day your company is served with a lawsuit. In most cases, the alleged victim complains to the company first. While an initial internal complaint provides...more

2016 Employment Law Update: A Review Of Recent Developments

Each year, we are happy to provide our clients and friends with a summary of the new laws and legal developments from the past year that we believe will have the greatest impact on employers. This year’s update...more

California’s New Fair Pay Act Seeks to Close Loopholes and End Gender Pay Gap

California’s amended Fair Pay Act went into effect January 1, 2016 and seeks to eliminate loopholes in the existing equal pay law that prohibits paying women less than men, and vice versa, for performing substantially similar...more

Legislative Updates Employers Should Know About to Avoid Wringing in the New Year

The California legislature played an active role in 2015 by enacting new rules and amendments in many employment areas. The following covers some of the key highlights, some of which became effective on January 1, 2016. Equal...more

A New Year’s Resolution for California Employers: Fair Pay Act Compliance

California employers are preparing for the effects the Fair Pay Act—the new law signed by Governor Brown last October that significantly changes California’s gender equality pay law. Senate Bill 358 (SB 358), which went into...more

Out With The Old; Ring In The New

Quintessential early adapters and always on the go, we Californians love change, and we start trends. That’s good. There has been plenty of change this past year in the world of California labor and employment law. As Father...more

California’s Employment Law Class of 2016: The Laws, Their Effects and Our Recommendations for Compliance

Each year, the California legislature, historically the most active and expansive of state regulators, reexamines the relationship between employers and their workforces and emerges with a multitude of employment law...more

California Employers: Are You Ready for 2016?

The California Legislature has been busy throughout 2015 enacting new laws as holiday “gifts” for California employers. Here are 5 things to look out for in 2016. 1. Minimum Wage Increase - Effective January 1,...more

Employer Alert re California Fair Pay Act

If they have not already done so, California employers must take steps to see that their pay practices conform to the new standards established under the California Fair Pay Act (“CFPA”), which becomes effective on January 1,...more

California Employment Law Update: What’s New for 2016?

The California legislature continued its focus on expanding legal remedies for employees in California. Many of the new laws for 2016, such as the Fair Pay Act and expanded Labor Commissioner powers, make significant changes...more

Legislative Developments Affecting California Employers In 2016

This year has brought many changes that will impact all California employers. This annual report from Greenberg Glusker’s Employment Department summarizes some of the most important employment law developments that will...more

Employment Law Reporter – December 2015/January 2016

New Laws for 2016 - Thousands of laws are introduced each year at the state and federal level. While only a fraction of these become law, tracking the most important laws can be a daunting task. But never fear, we have...more

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