How to create an analytics-led pay transparency strategy

Pay transparency legislation is sweeping across the U.S. With this added complexity comes greater demand for compensation professionals that can execute on a data and analytics-led approach to pay transparency…
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How to create an analytics-led pay transparency strategy

In 2018, California became the U.S. state to adopt pay transparency legislation, prohibiting employers from asking applicants about their salary history.

As of January 2024, there are nine states with pay transparency laws on the books, with a further state’s legislation (Illinois) set to come into effect in 2025. Colorado became the first state to pass a pay transparency law on job postings, where employers face a fine of up to $10,000 per violation if they do not disclose salary information or total compensation on listings.

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