Our guide will explain how San Francisco's EPO can affect your organization. The EPO prohibits discrimination in employment (including job candidates) based on protected classes such as: race, sex, gender identity, religion, and more. The EPO also is the first law in the nation to require reports from contractors on pay equity by gender, race, and gender and race combined.
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Learn what steps to take to effectively implement a pay equity policy for your organization. This white paper includes input from leading HR executives.
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New Jersey's Equal Pay Act requires pay data reporting. Download the white paper and to see how else the law could impact your business and what steps to take next.
San Diego's Equal Pay Ordinance requires pay data reporting. See how this could impact your business, what you need to do to comply, and how to achieve Pay Equity.
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Learn why pay equity audits are valuable in addressing increasing regulations in this special report by Harvard Business Review.
Download our Get to Know the Oregon Equal Pay Act guide to learn how to comply with the law and the penalties associated with failing to comply.
Why should employers care about pay equity? Get your questions answered using our Pay Equity FAQ