Equal Pay for Equal Work
1800 Century Park East
Los Angeles CA 90067
California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed the California Fair Pay Act (FPA) (SB 358) into law in an attempt to close the state’s gender wage gap by imposing more stringent standards than those under the long-standing California Equal Pay Act.
Effective January 1, 2016, the FPA prohibits an employer from paying any employee a lower wage than that paid to employees of the opposite sex for substantially similar work and places the burden on employers to prove that any pay gap between workers is due to nondiscriminatory factors.
Join us for this CLE presentation discussing:
- California's existing Equal Pay Laws
- The new California FPA, its impact on employment litigation and requirements such as:
- Wage compliance
- Anti-retaliation provision
- Recordkeeping compliance
- The FPA’s impact on industries, including the entertainment, legal services and medical industries
- Women and negotiating pay
- Managing risk and avoiding litigation
CLE Credit Information:
California CLE - 1.0 General