Although the federal Equal Pay Act was enacted and signed into law by John F. Kennedy in 1963, it has emerged in the last several years as an important vehicle for the #MeToo movement. Many companies that have not done enough to regularly monitor and evaluate their pay structures have faced lawsuits and claims under state and federal law. State and federal legislatures are also quickly updating their versions of equal pay statutes, and the OFCCP began gathering compensation data in 2019, all in an effort to close the pay gap.
1. Equal Pay Act changes at the state and federal level, and common lawsuit allegations.
2. Tips for conducting an internal pay equity audit.
3. Internal policy and process improvements that will promote equal pay compliance
Learn about the latest legislative and regulatory activity pertaining to Equal Pay and what your organization can be doing to stay in front of it.