Bloomberg Law: California Steps Up to Collect Pay Data, With Feds at Square One
October 1. 2020
She is quoted commenting on how gathering information to track patterns of wage disparities over time will help the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing.
Gathering the information to track patterns of wage disparities over time will help the DFEH “more efficiently use its limited resources for targeted enforcement of our equal pay and anti-discrimination laws,” according to Jessica Stender.— Jessica Stender, Senior Counsel for Workplace Justice & Public Policy
Aggregating the pay data for submission to the DFEH gives employers the opportunity to review their practices, and detect occupational pay bias, which is “critical,” Stender said.