Report shows Australia employers are above target gender pay gap range – JURIST

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) published its first gender pay gap report Tuesday, releasing data on nearly 5,000 private sector employers in Australia. WGEA, an Australian government agency responsible for improving gender... Read more »

Tech Mahindra to Pay $255,000 to Settle EEOC Disability Discrimination Lawsuit

NEW YORK – Tech Mahindra, Inc., a New York-based IT services company, will pay $255,000 to a job applicant to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity... Read more »

Hospital Housekeeping Systems to Pay $520,000 in EEOC Disability Discrimination Suit

FORT SMITH, Ark. – Hospital Housekeeping Systems, LLC (HHS), a provider of housekeeping, food and facilities support to numerous industries, based in Dripping Springs, Texas, will pay $520,000 as part of the... Read more »

Pete’s Car Smart to Pay $145,000 to Settle EEOC Age and Disability Discrimination Suit

DALLAS – Amarillo-based dealership Pete’s Car Smart will pay $145,000 and furnish other relief to settle an age and disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal... Read more »

Joy Chin Discusses the Biden Administration’s Proposed Pay Equity Rule for Contractor Firms

Joy Chin discusses how employers can prepare for responding to employees regarding pay ranges in job ads for comparable roles in “Pay Equity Rule For Contractor Firms Could Nudge Others” published by... Read more »

Stacey Bastone Discusses New York City Regulations for Pay Transparency in Job Advertisements

Stacey Bastone discusses early regulatory enforcement actions for employers allegedly ignoring the requirement to include salary ranges in job advertisements under New York City’s pay transparency law in“Tesla, News Corp. Caught in... Read more »

What’s New With California’s Pay Data Reporting Requirements?

by Jennifer Shaw and Melissa Whitehead | | February 14, 2024 Private employers of 100 or more employees and/or 100 or more workers hired through labor contractors must annually report pay, demographic,... Read more »

Updated California Pay Data Reporting Guidance Increases Focus on Remote Employee Reporting

On February 1, 2024, the California Civil Rights Department (CRD), the agency responsible for administering California’s pay data collection, issued updated guidance for the 2023 California pay data reports that are due... Read more »

CRD’s New Pay Data Reporting Requirements

Topics: Wage & Hour Issues The CRD (California Civil Rights Department, formerly known as the DFEH) published “Important Announcements for the 2023 Reporting Year” with new resources (guides, templates, training slides, responses... Read more »

California Civil Rights Department Issues Pay Data Reports for 20

Quick Hits The 2023 California pay data reports are due by May 8, 2024. The labor contractor employee reports will be collected again this year. The new report format requires more information... Read more »
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