Take the California Equal Pay Pledge
The California Equal Pay Pledge is an initiative led by the First Partner’s Office and the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, in partnership with the California Partners Project, to help close the pay gap in California.
For The Future…
First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom, the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, and the California Partners Project are challenging businesses to take the California Equal Pay Pledge!
Pledge takers commit to conducting an annual company-wide gender pay analysis, reviewing hiring and promotion processes and procedures to reduce unconscious bias and structural barriers, and promoting best practices that will close the pay gap to ensure fundamental equity for all workers.
Now it’s your turn – join us and take the Pay Equity Pledge and use these resources developed by the Commission’s Pay Equity Task Force to help you continue your company’s journey toward gender parity.
California Equal Pay Pledge
The California Equal Pay Pledge is an initiative led by the Office of the First Partner and the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, in partnership with the California Partners Project, to help close the pay gap in California. It is designed to help close the pay gap in California, with a recognition that more work needs to be done to address the pay gap. Policies that ensure equal pay for all Americans help businesses attract the strongest talent, boost productivity, and benefit our entire economy. Click below to learn more about what it means to take the pledge, and to join over 150 companies who have already signed on to a more equitable future and an economy that works for everyone.
Companies Who Have Taken the Pledge
To date, over 150 California employers have taken the pledge, including GAP Inc., Apple, Salesforce, the State of California, and more. We would be excited to add your name to this growing list and publicly recognize your commitment to equity in the workplace. We hope we can count on you to join this effort and look forward to partnering with you as we move towards pay equity in California.
Social Media Toolkit – Spread the Word!
In recent years, California has taken critical steps to close this gap by passing the strongest pay equity law in the nation, the California Fair Pay Act (SB 358 – Jackson), and launching a statewide Pay Equity Task Force, led by the CCSWG. As a result, comprehensive resources, guidelines, and best practices are now available to assist employees and employers to better understand their rights and responsibilities under the law and how to move the needle in closing the pay gap.
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