Pay Transparency Can Save Employers Money—and More

Pay Transparency

When it comes to pay transparency, saving employers money is just one of the advantages. There’s a whole business case for pay transparency that starts with savings. Though it may seem counterintuitive, according to recent research, job listings with pay in the title cost about 67 cents less per click. That’s about a 35% lower…

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How to Comply With California SB 1162 [RESOURCE]

California SB 1162

Less than 30 days from now the pay transparency requirements of California’s SB 1162 law will be in effect. That means employers with operations in California will need to append pay range information to all job listings. Of course, sharing pay information for job listings is no easy undertaking. Organizations need to evaluate their compensation…

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California SB 1162 Signed Into Law: Takes Effect Jan. 1

California SB 1162

Yesterday afternoon, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 1162 into law. It is now one of the most aggressive pay equity laws in the country. Effective January 1, 2023, a mere three months from now, organizations around the country will have sweeping new reporting requirements to comply with. To help you prepare for the forthcoming…

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California SB 1162 One Signature Away From Becoming Law

SB 1162

Earlier this week California SB 1162 passed the state Senate and Assembly floor, clearing all California state legislative hurdles. The bill now advances to Governor Gavin Newsom who has until September 30, to sign it into law. Following the success in the final rounds of California’s state legislature, Senator Monique Limón, who first introduced SB…

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