For relatively large companies, or companies that have never collected and analyzed pay equity data before, it can be a time-consuming process.

According to California’s Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, some 97% of the state’s companies have a gender wage gap.

To close that gap, the state legislature has instituted a new law, SB 973, also known as the “pay data reporting law.” Beginning this year, employers with more than 100 employees must report pay data annually to California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH).

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