Korty v Indiana: The Impact on Pay Equity & Reverse Discrimination

Pay Equity

The recent pay discrimination case of Korty v Indiana University Health offers an alternative perspective on pay equity and highlights why employers must ensure salary ranges are set without regard to sex or gender.   In this article, we highlight some key points from the court ruling, the potential for reverse discrimination in determining pay, and…

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Mississippi Equal Pay Law To Take Effect This July

Mississippi equal pay

Last week Mississippi became the last state in the country to pass a law ensuring workers receive equal pay for equal work. On Wednesday, April 20, Governor Tate Reeves signed House Bill 770 into law. The new equal pay law will take effect on July 1. The Mississippi Equal Pay for Equal Work Act marks…

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Doing Business in Washington Requires Pay Equity

Washington Requires Pay Equity

3 minute read  The great state of Washington boasts some of the world’s most influential businesses, from Microsoft, Starbucks, Amazon, and Costco to Zillow, T-Mobile, and Nordstrom. These firms are global in reach, and yet, along with all other employers (public and private) in the state, they are subject to the Equal Pay & Opportunities…

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Oregon State is Subject to its Own Equal Pay Law

Oregon State is Subject to its Own Equal Pay Law

As state lawmakers work to implement the state’s 2017 pay equity legislation before its January 2019 deadline, a lawsuit involving Cheyenne Ross and her employer, the State of Oregon, may be a harbinger of the challenges the state may face. Oregon has one of the more stringent equal pay requirements in the country, including measures…

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