Private employers in California with 100 or more employees that are required to file an annual EEO-1 report now must submit a pay data report to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH).
The annual report is due by March 31 and will contain pay data for 2020 (the prior calendar year). The California Pay Data Reporting portal is now open to employers. The User Guide is available on the DFEH website and explains the data requirements such as race, ethnicity, sex, hours worked, job categories, and pay bands.
The DFEH also posted FAQs on: filing requirements, required content, pay, hours worked, multi-establishments employers, and mergers, acquisitions, and spinoffs.
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