As we recently blogged, the California Fair Pay Act (CFPA), barely a year old, was expanded to prohibit pay differences based on race or ethnicity between employees performing substantially similar work.   Effective January 2017, California employers are prohibited from paying differently employees who are performing substantially similar work, based on gender, race, or ethnicity.

To learn more about this and other changes to the CFPA and how to address the challenges the law presents for employers, click here to access the webinar presented by Jackson Lewis Pay Equity Resource Group principals Mickey Silberman and Susan Groff.