Massachusetts Pay Transparency Law in the Works

Pay transparency

Equal Pay Day falls on March 14th, symbolizing the additional number of days a woman must work into the new year to earn the same amount as a man did in the previous year. This date holds significance because on average, women are paid only 82% of what men earn. It’s a stark reminder that…

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Calls Increase for Race/Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting

Race/Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting

Employers may already be aware of the pressure to disclose the gender pay gap in their organizations. What they may not know is that the pay gap issue is equally relevant with regard to all protected classes, not just in terms of gender. As a result, employers need to be prepared with pay equity solutions…

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Is Massachusetts Prepared for the State’s Equal Pay Act?


The Massachusetts Equal Pay Act (MEPA) will go into effect on July 1, 2018, almost two years to the day when the bipartisan pay equity bill was passed. The bill is meant to ensure equal pay for comparable work for all Massachusetts workers and equal opportunities to earn competitive salaries in the workplace. While July…

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