State & Federal Pay Equity Law Comparison Chart

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State & Federal Pay Equity Law Comparison Chart

As States across the U.S. continue to expand and implement compensation-related laws, are you confident you are adhering to all the latest state pay laws applicable to your business? For example, Maryland recently expanded its existing Pay Transparency law. Other States, such as the District of Columbia, Illinois, Minnesota, and Vermont, currently have Pay Transparency laws that will soon take effect. Depending on the State, you may be required to comply with pay data reporting requirements, pay transparency laws, bans on prior salary, or other varying pay equity laws, each with its own unique requirements. HR Works has developed a State and federal Pay Equity Law Comparison Chart to assist employers in understanding which laws may impact them.