Webinar: Pay Transparency in New York State - Prepare Now
Beginning in September, employers in New York - the latest state to join the pay transparency trend - will be required to include pay information in job postings. And even before the law takes effect, it is already slated for changes, with the passage of S.B. 1326 in February.
Implementing pay transparency brings many challenges for organizations - from planning employee communications to managing pay compression to preparing to address any disparities that may come to light - and the New York law is no exception. But as pay transparency moves from the leading edge to the mainstream of employment practices, it is critical for organizations to develop a solid strategy to meet compliance requirements and take proactive steps to ensure pay equity over the long term.
XpertHR Legal Editor Emily Scace provides an informative 45-minute webinar on the complexities of New York's new pay transparency law, what it means for your organization, and best practices for implementing a transparency strategy that aligns with your organization's values and supports pay equity.
- Which employers and employees are covered by the pay transparency law
- What S.B. 9427 requires regarding pay transparency and job descriptions in job postings
- Key similarities and differences between the New York State law and New York City's pay transparency law - and the impact on employers covered by both
- How the pay transparency law will apply to remote workers, as clarified by S.B. 1326
- Strategies for handling the top challenges of pay transparency
- The importance of addressing pay equity issues proactively before they come to light