Tools to Understand Equal Pay Laws, Analyze Your Policies, and Make Sure You’re Compliant
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Equal pay for equal work is the law, but with each state and regulator defining equal work differently, it can be difficult for employers to know if they are in compliance.
There have been a flurry of new pay equity bills enacted by states across the country over the past few years, and new pay equity laws are being proposed by state legislatures at an unprecedented rate.
This patchwork of laws presents a challenge to multi-state employers, as they all contain crucial differences in how they define what qualifies as similar work, and what can potentially justify a pay disparity.
Why Do You Need a Pay Equity Analysis?
For employers who are concerned about their potential vulnerability to pay equity claims, Employers Council offers a comprehensive Pay Equity Analysis package that will review your obligations under all relevant federal and state laws, provide a statistical analysis of your workforce and compensation, and advise on how to ensure you are compliant.
Our Pay Equity Services
- Sorting your workforce into groups of employees engaged in equal work
- Statistical analysis of comparison groups looking for potential disparities
- Review of potential legal justifications for pay disparities
- Recommended pay adjustments for each identified disparity
- Recommendations tailored to the needs of your organization
- Narrative Report with all analysis and recommendations
- Overview of best practice recommendations for compliance
- Any employer looking to see if they are in compliance with federal and state laws requiring equal pay for equal work
- Any employer in a state that has recently changed their pay equity laws
- Any employer unsure of which positions are considered engaged in equal work under the law
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Employers Council is dedicated to helping HR professionals, executives, legal teams, and other professions across a broad array of employment law, compliance, and HR needs. We serve organizations of all sizes and all industries, and our membership options are designed to custom-fit your size and needs. We also provide a broad range of specialized legal services, training, coaching, and outsourced HR services to help your organization build an exceptional workplace.
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