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New OFCCP Directive Instructs COs To Review Contractors’ “Pay Equity” Analyses.
As part of the Biden Administration’s effort to keep pay equity in the forefront as a domestic policy priority, OFCCP has published a set of FAQs reiterating long-standing principles of existing employment law with regard to using pay history in maki
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. We are pleased to present an updated version of CWC’s guide for meeting California’s annual pay data reporting requirements that incorporates changes that the state has made for the 2023 reporting cycle.
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. Two years after President Biden issued an Executive Order calling for pay transparency in federal contracting, the government’s lead procurement agencies have proposed regulations that would require contractors among other
The Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that at the end of 2023, the raw wage gap percentage between working women and men was 16.2%, down from 37.7% when BLS first began reporting the data in 1979.
A recent equal pay discrimination ruling by the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals serves as a reminder that a court can reach different outcomes depending on whether it is applying federal law or a more expansive state law.
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