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 directive guide

Explore our comprehensive EU Pay Transparency Directive guide. The legislation must be implemented by each country by June 2026. Learn about its provisions, reporting requirements, and deadlines, as well as how Trusaic’s Global Pay Data Reporting solution can ensure your organization is in compliance.

UNITED KINGDOM
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United Kingdom pay data reporting law guide

Explore our comprehensive UK Gender Pay Gap Reporting Law guide. Employers with 250 or more employees must submit annual gender pay gap reports. Learn about reporting requirements and deadlines, as well as how Trusaic’s Global Pay Data Reporting solution can ensure your organization is in compliance.

France
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France pay data reporting law guide

Discover our comprehensive guide to France's Gender Pay Gap Reporting Law. 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 ensure your organization is in compliance.

U.S. - ILLINOIS
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U.S. - Illinois pay data reporting law guide

Discover our comprehensive Illinois guide. Amidst Illinois' stringent pay equity regulations, employers that file an EEO-1 report must now apply for an Equal Pay Registration Certificate. Learn what else is required by state law and how Trusaic’s Global Pay Data Reporting solution can ensure your organization is in compliance.

AUSTRALIA
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Australia pay data reporting law guide

Discover our comprehensive Australia Workplace Gender Equality Act guide. The Act mandates all organizations with 100 or more employees to report annually on gender equality indicators. Learn more about what’s required and how Trusaic’s Global Pay Data Reporting solution can ensure your organization is in compliance.

Spain

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Spain pay data reporting law guide

Discover our Spain Gender Pay Gap Reporting law guide. Every organization in Spain must maintain a salary register categorized by profession and gender. 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.

U.S. - FEDERAL EEO-1
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EEO-1 Component 1 reporting law guide

All private U.S. employers with 100 or more employees, and federal contractors with more than 50 employees, are required to submit EEO-1 Component 1 reports annually. 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 pay data reporting law guide

Discover our Germany pay data reporting law guide. German organizations with 200 or more employees have specific reporting requirements to comply with. 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.

Denmark
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Denmark pay data reporting law guide

Denmark employers with 35 or more employees are required to submit either gender-segregated wage statistics, or an equal pay report on an annual basis. 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.

Finland
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Finland pay data reporting law guide

Finland employers with 30 or more employees are required to prepare gender equality plans which must include a comprehensive pay survey every two years. 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.

Sweden
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Sweden pay data reporting law guide

Swedish employers with 10 or more employees are required to carry out annual pay surveys to evaluate their gender pay gaps. 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.

Switzerland
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Switzerland pay data reporting law guide

Public and private employers with 100 or more employees are required to comply with Switzerland's Gender Equality Act. 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.

U.S. - California
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U.S. — California pay data reporting law guide

California’s pay transparency and pay data reporting law is the most progressive in the United States. The law was amended in 2024 to require reporting on remote employees as well. 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.

Italy
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Italy pay data reporting law guide

Access our Italian reporting law guide. Private and public Italian companies with 50 or more employees are required to publish an equality report every two years. 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.

India
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India pay data reporting law guide

While there are no formal reporting requirements in place, Indian employers must comply with an equal pay law and maintain detailed registers and documents on wage information. 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.

Ireland
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Ireland pay data reporting law guide

Ireland’s Gender Pay Gap Information Act of 2021 requires private and public employers to publish information on their gender pay gap annually. 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.

Belgium
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Belgium pay data reporting law guide

Belgium has one of the lowest gender pay gaps in Europe. The country has had an equal pay for equal work law in effect for more than a decade. 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.

Portugal
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Portugal pay data reporting law guide

Portugal requires private and public organizations with more than 50 employees to comply with pay data reporting requirements. 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.

Iceland
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Iceland pay data reporting law guide

Iceland introduced legislation on Equal Pay Certification in 2018. The Equality Act requires organizations with an average of 25 or more employees in a calendar year to obtain an Equal Pay Certification. 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.

New Zealand
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New Zealand pay data reporting law guide

New Zealand does not require pay data reporting as of May 25, 2024. However, mandatory pay data reporting was proposed in 2023, which, if enacted, would require organizations with more than 250 employees to report on pay gaps. 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

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