India Implements Pay Equity Policy for Female Cricket Players

India Pay Equity

In a historic move, the Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) passed a pay equity policy for its contracted female cricket players. BCCI president Roger Binny said in a media advisory, “In our Apex Council meeting today, we have made a marquee decision on pay equity for our women cricketers. Our women players…

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New York City Pay Transparency Law Takes Effect Nov. 1

New York City pay transparency law

New York City’s trending pay transparency law is finally set to take effect on November 1. The law requires employers to share salary ranges for new positions, promotions, and transfers in an effort to help reduce gender and racial pay discrimination.  Below we go into the details of the new law, explain its history, and…

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The State of The Pay Gap in 2022

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It’s true that 2022 has been a banner year for change in the workplace. With so many states enacting new laws requiring organizations to prove they harbor fair pay practices, it’s clear that we’re on the path to finally closing the pay gap.  Despite the utmost progress though, the World Economic Forum still predicts that…

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Reaches $8.5 Million Pay Gap Settlement

Hewlett Packard

Computer information technology company, Hewlett Packard Enterprise reached a settlement regarding allegations of pay discrimination late last week. 1,735 female employees who worked at the company’s California offices from 2015 onward will be awarded compensation ranging from $500 to $17,000 each. The amount itself will come down to each individual’s tenure with the company and…

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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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Addressing Wage Compression to Attract and Retain Talent

Wage compression

Pay transparency continues to be a focal point this year. With 10 states having implemented salary range requirements for job listings, it’s paramount that employers manage pay policies and practices that promote fair pay in the workplace.  As organizations incorporate these pay transparency policies, however, they must be mindful of wage compression.  Wage compression, also…

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Pay Data Reporting Key To Ending Pay Discrimination

Pay data reporting

For the 2017 and 2018 reporting years, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) expanded EEO-1 reporting for employers by introducing the collection of employee pay data. Known as EEO-1 Component 2, the EEOC’s short-lived pay data reporting requirements demonstrated significant value in identifying and resolving pay discrimination in the workplace. This was recently confirmed in…

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PayParity Pay Equity Case Study: Mother Jones

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Organizations are continuously making pay equity a top priority this year. It is, after all, the number one benefit employees look for in current and prospective employers. Whether their reasons for focusing on pay equity are for compliance reasons or for generating confidence in investors, companies that actively approach pay equity proactively see greater success…

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