California Public Utilities Code
Sec. § 5920


A holder of a state franchise employing more than 750 total employees in California shall annually report to the commission all of the following:

(a)

The number of California residents employed by the holder, calculated on a full-time or full-time equivalent basis.

(b)

The percentage of the holders total domestic workforce, calculated on a full-time or full-time equivalent basis.

(c)

The types and numbers of jobs by occupational classification held by residents of California employed by holders of state franchises and the average pay and benefits of those jobs and, separately, the number of out-of-state residents employed by independent contractors, companies, and consultants hired by the holder, calculated on a full-time or full-time equivalent basis, when the holder is not contractually prohibited from disclosing the information to the public. This paragraph applies only to those employees of an independent contractor, company, or consultant that are personally providing services to the holder, and does not apply to employees of an independent contractor, company, or consultant not personally performing services for the holder.

(d)

The number of net new positions proposed to be created directly by the holder of a state franchise during the upcoming year by occupational classifications and by category of full-time, part-time, temporary, and contract employees.
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