Ellen Feeney, VP, Legal Counsel, ADP, Inc and Helena Almeida, Senior Counsel, ADP Inc
Equal pay legislation has been around for decades. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has (for now) shifted away from collecting pay data as a means to address equity issues, although the federal government remains committed to pay equity as a strategic initiative. In 2021, employers in California and Colorado have contended with new pay equity obligations, which now has pay and hours-worked data reporting requirements and in some cases requires its employers to include compensation and benefit information in certain job postings.
For many employers, pay equity is not only a compliance issue, but also is a social responsibility issue that can define an organization's commitment to equal pay for equal work.
Join us and get critical insights and potential strategies you can use to meet your pay equity goals.
During this webcast, you will learn about:
• The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s evolving approach to pay equity
• California’s new pay data reporting requirement (effective March 2021)
• Colorado’s new “Equal Pay for Equal Work” act
• How the Biden administration may approach pay equity
• Salary history bans
• The importance of pay data in addressing pay equity strategies
ADP remains at the forefront of helping employers understand the complex compliance, financial, and strategic issues surrounding workforce management. Join us and tap into our expertise to be prepared for future changes in workplace compliance.