Eliminate the complexities of global pay data reporting

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Navigating the intricacies of global pay data reporting can be daunting, with diverse deadlines, thresholds, and regulations to manage. Trusaic offers a comprehensive solution to streamline and ensure precision in reporting across jurisdictions globally.

Pay Equity Standards in Pay Data Reporting

In the realm of pay data reporting, understanding pay equity standards is paramount. These standards are complex and often vary by jurisdiction. Trusaic Global Pay Data Reporting solution excels at navigating these complexities, ensuring compliance with precision across diverse jurisdictions.

Equal pay for equal work

 

Employees performing identical work must be paid equitably.

 

Equal pay for comparable work

Employees performing substantially similar work must be paid equitably. Substantially similar typically means similar skills, effort and responsibility required to perform the work.

 

Equal pay for work of equal or comparable value

Employees who are performing completely different work, but that can be shown to be of equal value based on "objective criteria" must be paid equitably.

 

Your Guide to Pay Data Compliance

Pay data reporting requires collection, analysis, reporting, and transparency (C.A.R.T.). Leverage Trusaic's pay equity analysis software and our team of experts to guide you through the process. Meet reporting and transparency obligations with ease and confidence.

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Global Jurisdictional Overview

European Union
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EU pay transparency and pay data reporting directive

Discover the EU Pay Transparency and Pay Data Reporting Directive, designed to combat pay discrimination and close the gender pay gap in EU member states. Learn about its provisions, reporting requirements, and deadlines, as well as how Trusaic can assist with compliance. Prepare your organization for upcoming legislation and foster workforce equity.

UNITED KINGDOM
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UK gender pay gap reporting law

Explore our comprehensive guide to UK Gender Pay Gap Reporting Law, outlining the requirements for employers with 250 or more employees to submit annual gender pay gap reports. Learn about reporting deadlines, calculation metrics, and optional information, along with the inclusion criteria for employee calculations. Learn more about what's required in our guide and discover how Trusaic's Global Pay Data Reporting solution can streamline compliance, from applicability determination to automated report generation, ensuring accuracy and efficiency in meeting regulatory obligations.

France
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France gender pay gap reporting law

Discover our comprehensive guide to France's Gender Pay Gap Reporting Law, exploring reporting requirements, calculation metrics, and progress objectives. Learn about the Gender Equality Index and the "Rixain law," along with deadlines for reporting and compliance. Learn more about what's required in our guide and explore how Trusaic's Global Pay Data Reporting solution can streamline compliance and ensure equal pay practices, from applicability determination to automated report generation and expert regulatory guidance.

UNITED STATES - ILLINOIS
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Illinois annual pay data reporting law

Amidst Illinois' stringent pay equity regulations, compliance becomes paramount for employers facing recent legislative amendments and the impending enforcement of pay transparency laws. With potential penalties looming, Trusaic's Global Pay Data Reporting solution offers tailored solutions to streamline EPRC applications, conduct pay equity analyses, and manage compliance deadlines efficiently, enabling employers with an Illinois presence to navigate complex regulatory landscapes with confidence.

AUSTRALIA
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Australia gender pay gap reporting law

Australia's Workplace Gender Equality Act mandates all organizations with 100 or more employees to report annually on gender equality indicators. Larger employers with 500 or more employees must meet specific gender equality standards. Learn about all of the Australian pay gap reporting law nuances in our guide and how Trusaic's Global Pay Data Reporting solution can ensure your organization is in compliance.

Spain

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Spain gender pay gap reporting law

Spanish laws on equal pay are among the most comprehensive in Europe. Every Spanish company, regardless of size, must maintain a salary register, categorized by profession and gender. Organizations with 50 or more employees must also create a job evaluation system, carry out a remuneration audit, and create an equality plan. Learn more about what's required in our guide and how Trusaic's Global Pay Data Reporting solution can ensure your organization is in compliance.

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EEO-1 Component 1 reporting

All private U.S. employers with 100 or more employees, and federal contractors with more than 50 employees, are required by the Equal Opportunity and Employment Commission (EEOC) to submit EEO-1 Component 1 reports annually. The report is an annual summary of an organization's demographic workforce data. Learn more about what's required in our guide and how Trusaic's Global Pay Data Reporting solution can ensure your organization is in compliance.

Germany
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Germany gender pay gap reporting law

German organizations with 500 or more employees are required every 3 to 5 years, depending on any employee collective bargaining agreements, to conduct gender equality and equal pay reports. Additionally, individuals who work for organizations with 200 or more employees have the right to request information on pay structures from their employer. Learn more about what's required in our guide and how Trusaic's Global Pay Data Reporting solution can ensure your organization is in compliance.

Resources

Expert pay equity research, guides and articles

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