Addressing Pay Inequity: A Review of the New York Achieve Pay Equity Act
Created on October 10, 2017
From the Golden Gate to the Big Apple, in Governor's mansions, legislatures, courtrooms and boardrooms, pay equity is a hot topic in employment law. Several states have proposed, or enacted, legislation aimed at greatly expanding the Federal Equal Pay Act (EPA). Key among them is New York, where the Achieve Pay Equity Act has been the law of the land for a little more than a year.
This program, presented by Fisher Phillips attorneys Kathleen Caminiti and Sarah Wieselthier will review the EPA and other state and city developments, with focused attention on the significant aspects of New York's pay equity law, the New York Achieve Pay Equity Act (APEA).
- Develop a baseline grasp of long standing requirements under the Federal Equal Pay Act
- Explore the myriad state and city-based initiatives aimed at closing the pay gap
- Gain a deeper comprehension of the New York Achieve Pay Equity Act, including:
- Financial penalties associated with non-compliance
- Steps that can be taken to avoid legal action
- How to determine whether or not organizations are prepared to defend their pay practices
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