Washington State Updates Pay Transparency Guidance

Get ready, employers. Washington State’s pay transparency law goes into effect beginning January  1, 2023, and requires employers to disclose salary and benefit information in job listings. To help employers comply, The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) has issued several iterations of a draft administrative policy detailing the requirements. Below we cover…

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Combatting Wage Compression in the Age of Pay Transparency

As employers navigate the competitive labor market, pay transparency continues to show up at the top of initiatives to pursue. And for good reason. Pay transparency, whether it be via means of posting salary ranges in job listings, publicly announcing open pay communication policies internally, or obtaining pay equity certification, can help organizations differentiate themselves…

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States Promote Pay Transparency with Salary Range Disclosures

Over the last two years, pay transparency laws have gained traction in the U.S. with no signs of slowing down. In fact, Inc. has called 2022 “the year of pay transparency.” What is pay transparency? Essentially, it’s the practice of openly sharing current and prospective employee compensation. Pay transparency is a proven method for combating…

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