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As pay transparency laws continue to come into effect across the country, employers should leverage specialized pay equity software to achieve compliance and minimize risk.
In the age of pay transparency, organizations must demonstrate authenticity in pursuit of pay equity. Read our Harvard Business Review article to learn how to ascend the pay equity maturity model.
Download the 2023 Trusaic and HR.com research report on the future of compensation and total rewards.
California's new SB 1162 law takes effect on January 1, 2023. Download this white paper to learn everything you need to know to comply.
Starting salary determines how much we make over the course of our professional careers. This is called the compounding effect.
Our Pay Equity Communications Planner provides step-by-step instructions on how to talk about pay equity to employees, investors, the c-suite, and other key stakeholders.
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.
See how Boston Beer Company achieved its DEI goals with PayParity in this Harvard Business Review Advertorial.
The Pay Equity Definitive guide includes a comprehensive list of ALL the different pay equity laws and a heat map that outlines where the most stringent pay equity laws are surfacing.
Find out what organizations are doing differently to make DEI initiatives more impactful in our research study conducted by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services.
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.
Colorado's Equal Pay for Equal Work Act includes a salary history ban, pay transparency mandates, and a safe harbor for employers that perform a proactive pay equity audit. Keep reading to learn more.
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
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.
A push from litigators, investors, prospective employees, and social movements is causing organizations to assess their DEI efforts and ESG reporting. Read on to learn more.
Designing a Successful Pay Equity Policy for Your Organization
California employers must file pay information on their employees annually under SB 973. Download our white paper to learn what's required of you and what to include in your annual submissions.
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.
San Diego's Equal Pay Ordinance requires pay data reporting. See how this could impact your business, what you need to do to comply, and how to achieve Pay Equity.