In an effort to promote pay equity for women and minorities, several states and cities have enacted laws that ban employers from asking job applicants for current and previous salary information. In the past, it was customary for employers to ask for salary history information during the hiring process and then use that information to set wages for positions. This practice has resulted in substantial pay inequality between men and women in the workplace. The intent of salary history bans is to rectify the widening pay gap.
Pay inequity is a form of discrimination
History of equal pay legislation on the Federal level
State and local efforts to adopt equal pay legislation
Minimizing liability when operating across multiple jurisdictions
What employers should do when job applicants voluntarily disclosure salary history
Researching the fair market value of jobs
Best practices to avoid legal liability
Why Should You Attend:-
What is the impact on employers as a result of this type of legislation
What steps can employers take to remain compliant
What ARE employers allowed to ask regarding salary
How can employers avoid legal issues
These questions, and more, will be addressed during this informative webinar on Salary History Bans: The Next Pay Equity Frontier.
Who Should Attend:-
Managers with HR responsibility
Any professional who establishes goals/performance targets or who has accountability for operational outcomes
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