New York Pay Transparency Law Delayed to November

New York Pay Transparency

Last January, New York City (NYC) joined in the growing pay transparency movement with the passage of a law requiring employers to include wage disclosures in job listings. Specifically, employers with four or more employees must post a minimum and maximum pay range when advertising a job, promotion, or transfer. Following an amendment signed into…

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Takeaways From the 2021 UK Gender Pay Gap Reporting Results

UK gender pay gap

The United Kingdom’s gender pay gap reporting data for 2021 is in. And an analysis of the 2021 reporting year by Lewis Silkin suggests the efforts are paying off: the pay gap appears to be shrinking.  Below we outline trends in this analysis and why evolving pay transparency laws across the pond should matter to…

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Ireland Gender Pay Gap Information Act Takes Effect This Year

Ireland Gender Pay Gap Information Act

In celebration of International Women’s Day earlier this month, Ireland’s Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration, and Youth, Roderic O’gorman announced details relating to the country’s Gender Pay Gap Information Act of 2021. The announcement signals the Act will take effect this year and imposes gender pay gap reporting obligations on affected employers.  What are…

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The Pay Gap is Not a Myth

Pay gap

By now, it would seem that most people recognize that gender and racial pay gaps exist, right? Wrong. Trusaic set out to learn how Americans view and understand what’s commonly known as the pay gap and commissioned a poll to mark both Equal Pay Day on March 15 and National Equal Pay Day on April…

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No Extensions for California Pay Data Reporting Deadline

California pay data reporting

The time frame for submitting the annual pay data reporting snapshots to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) is fast approaching.  To make matters more urgent, DFEH staff recently made it known that there would not be any extensions issued this year. Affected employers will need to submit their SB 973 pay…

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Customers React Negatively to Wage Gap Disclosures, HBR Study Finds

Wage gap disclosures

Lawmakers across the globe are finding that pay data reporting requirements for employers are critical for helping to close the gender wage gap. As recently seen in the U.K. and states throughout the U.S., mandatory public disclosure of wage gaps lays bare the integrity of an organization’s pay practices. This increasing visibility into companies’ compensation…

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Designing a Successful Pay Equity Program Pt. I

Pay equity

The events over the last several years propelled public momentum in addressing systemic injustice and social inequity, especially in the workplace. This has cast a bright spotlight on organizations’ diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts – specifically around gender and racial pay gaps.  These issues are not going away. In fact, employers should expect pay…

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NYDFS To Require DEI Reporting From Financial Institutions

NYDFS

New York state is joining in on the evolving commitment to achieve and sustain more diverse, equitable, and inclusive (DEI) workforces, as a recent letter issued by New York Superintendent of Financial Services, Linda. A Lacelwell finds. The letter, addressed to New York State banking institutions, emphasizes the importance of diversity, and perspective when making…

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Ireland Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021 Signed into Law

Gender Pay Gap

In an effort to address the pay disparity between men and women, the President of Ireland signed the Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021 into law on Jul. 13, 2021. The Gender Pay Gap Information Bill amends the Employment Equality Act 1998 and requires gender pay gap reporting from certain Irish employers. The Act’s goal…

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