Employers of California must file pay data reporting on an annual basis. Download the white paper to learn what your business must also do to comply with the state's new Equal Pay Act.
After completing the 2020 California SB 973 filing for our clients, we extrapolated the data across the state's entire workforce. The findings were startling.
Illinois SB 1480 was recently amended by SB 1487 and requires employers to obtain an Equal Pay Registration Certification, Equal Pay Compliance Statement, and pay data reporting. Learn more
New Jersey's Equal Pay Act requires pay data reporting. Download the white paper and to see how else the law could impact your business and what steps to take next.
Access the San Francisco Equal Pay Ordinance white paper to learn what the law requires and if it applies to your organization. The requirements are in addition to California's SB 973.
Oregon's Equal Pay Act requires equal pay for work of comparable character. The law provides safe harbor from litigation for employers that conduct a proactive pay equity audit.
New York state is joining in on the evolving commitment to achieve and sustain more diverse, equitable, and inclusive (DEI) workforces, as a recent letter issued by New York Superintendent of...
The state government of Illinois recently enacted sweeping changes to its equal pay laws. Originally signed into law right before Equal Pay Day 2021, Illinois SB 1480 was amended by SB 1487 on...
Earlier this year we spoke in a webinar on pay data reporting with Hacking HR. The focus of our presentation related to California’s SB 973 and the employee pay data reporting requirements. While...
2 minute read SB 973 requires private employers (with a workforce of 100 or more employees) to submit pay data reporting to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). In accordance...
This highly informative one-hour webinar, was created for HR and compensation professionals, executives, managers, lawyers, and business leaders. Led by Trusaic, the experts in Pay Equity and ACA Comp
California’s new pay data reporting law – SB 973 – is now the law which means employers’ first pay data report is due March 31, 2021. Make sure you’re prepared with this one-hour workshop, led by Mark
This session is for executives, lawyers, HR personnel, benefits managers, and others about the latest trend in Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion laws across the United States: public disclosure of workfo
Discover how Trusaic can help your organization demonstrate fairness in pay, minimize the risk of litigation, and elevate reputation among clients and investors, all while doing right by your employee