Equal Pay CA
The following companies have signed our equal pay pledge, committing to:
- Conduct an annual company-wide gender pay analysis;
- Review hiring and promotion processes to reduce bias and barriers; and
- Identify and promote other best practices that will help close the pay gap.
10, 000 + Employees
Airbnb | Apple | AT&T | Cisco | eBay | Gap Inc. | Intel | NAWBO- CA | Salesforce | Shutterfly | Uber
100 – 1,000 Employees
Branch Metrics | Drift | First Capitol | Metromile | Ripple Foods | Silicon Valley Community Foundation | Sunshine Sachs | XL Construction
1,000 – 10,000 Employees
Autodesk | Box | Databricks | Gusto | Lending Club | Maxim Integrated | Medallia Inc. | RingCentral | Square | SunRun Inc. | Zynga
Under 100 Employees
Ani’s Cake Delights | Blue Note Therapeutics | Central Coast Internet | Children’s Home of Stockton | Conduit Consulting LLC. | Costanzo Law Firm | Equinox Landscaping | The Grateful Dog Inc. | Ike Robotics | Matrix Home Health | Matrix Hospice Inc. | MG Custom Printing | Poindexter Consulting Group | PractiGal LLC | Promoventures, Inc. | The Sea of Wellness Alternative Primary Care | Simplecast | Socials Glass | Solvang Chamber of Commerce | Whittier Family Dental
Now it’s your turn – join us:
- Have your company sign our pay equity pledge.
- Read and share the resources from CCSWG’s Pay Equity Task Force.
- Download the toolkit and spread the word.
- Are you a student? Check out our resource guide to get the facts on how to avoid pay gap pitfalls and reach out here to get these materials into your school’s resource center.
Check out our latest #EqualPayCA events!
Latina Equal Pay Day
On October 29, 2020 in honor of Latina Equal Pay Day, the First Partner joined Assemblymember Eloise Gomez Reyes, Founder and President of Justice for Migrant Women & Co-founder of She Se Puede, Moníca Ramírez, and Univision CMO and President of Entertainment Jessica Rodriguez for a panel discussion to raise awareness about Latina’s (un)equal pay. On average, Latinas make 55 cents for every one dollar a white man makes, and in California they make just 42 cents. Join our #EqualPayCA campaign and help us demand more for Latinas. To view the whole conversation click on the video!
Native Women’s Equal Pay Day
On Native Women’s Equal Pay Day First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom joined three phenomenal Native women leaders, Representative Deb Haaland, Chief Justice Christine Williams, and Intel software engineer Georgia Sandoval, for a virtual talking circle to address Native Women’s (un)equal pay and the importance of closing the wage gap.
Black Women’s Equal Pay Day
The First Partner and the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls hosted a panel highlighting Black Women’s Equal Pay Day on August 13, 2020. The panel was moderated by California’s First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom and featured CCSWG Commissioner Senator Holly J. Mitchell, PolicyLink Founder and President Angela Glover-Blackwell, and TaskRabbit CEO Stacy Brown-Philpot.