SACRAMENTO, CA – CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association, today issued the following statement on Governor Brown’s signing of SB 358 (Jackson), the California Fair Pay Act. The following statement should be attributed to Elizabeth Hyman, Executive Vice President, Public Advocacy: About CompTIA Advocacy
“We applaud Governor Brown for signing the California Fair Pay Act and are grateful for the efforts of Senator Jackson to spearhead this important legislation creating a fair balance ensuring employees receive the same wages for the same work regardless of their gender. We believe that employees who generally perform the same duties or the same position should be compensated in the same manner, regardless of any protected classification including gender.”
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