New equal pay rules prod firms to change wage practices
Sep 07, 2016
“Raise your hand if you are for equal pay for equal jobs – no one would argue with that,” employment attorney Christopher Olmsted told a crowd of human resources executives at a Long Beach conference last week.
Hands flew up in the audience.
But Olmsted quickly warned, “The devil is in the details.”
On the first Labor Day since the passage of the 2015 California Fair Pay Act, touted as the nation’s toughest gender discrimination law, no workplace issue is grabbing more attention across the state. (Read More)
The Orange County Register