With the signature of Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Friday, August 11, Illinois has joined the list of states requiring pay transparency in job postings.
Colorado has amended its pay transparency law to require employers to disclose significantly more information to existing employees about available job opportunities and career progression paths.
At least eight states are currently considering legislative proposals that would require employers to disclose pay ranges, restrict employers from inquiring about prior salary history, or strengthen existing equal pay laws.
A study examining the EEOC's first-time collection of compensation data concluded that collecting pay data is an important tool for the agency to target its enforcement and investigation efforts and advance pay equity.
New data from the US Census Bureau shows that the gender pay gap, while getting smaller, still persists to a large degree.
News: HR and legal considerations for developing policies and practices to prevent and correct unjustified pay disparities among employees performing similar work.
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