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by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Lack of workable replacement (so far, at least) be damned—the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has announced that [the scandal-plagued] Libor will be phased out by 2021 in favor of “transaction-based benchmarks”....more

Germany: More Bureaucracy, Less Gender Pay Gap?

by Littler on

Under the new German Remuneration Transparency Act, employers face complex review and reporting obligations. The gender pay gap in Germany for comparable work and equivalent job qualifications is still nearly 7%. In order to...more

Delaware Follows Trend of Banning Compensation History Inquiries in Effort to Reduce the Gender Pay Gap

by Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP on

In a developing trend, Delaware followed Massachusetts, Oregon, New York City and Philadelphia, in enacting legislation directed at ensuring equal wages between genders. On June 14, 2017, Governor John Carney signed...more

Trends in Pay Equity - Developments in California, New York, Massachusetts and Nationwide

by Payne & Fears on

The news abounds with discussions of fair pay and pay equity. This webinar covers new developments in California, New York, Massachusetts and elsewhere that pertain to employers in recruiting, promoting, and establishing pay...more

Delaware Enacts Law to Address Gender Pay Gap By Prohibiting Employers From Requesting Compensation History of Job Applicants

by Littler on

On June 14, 2017, Delaware Governor John Carney signed a new law to address the pay gap between men and women by prohibiting prospective employers from asking job applicants about their salary history. Delaware’s law, which...more

The Pay Equity March on the West Coast Begins: Oregon Signs Expansive Equal Pay Law and San Francisco Considers Salary History Ban

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: The West Coast is turning back to pay equity. Last year, California led the charge and became the first state to adopt a more onerous pay equity law. The East Coast then joined, with stringent pay laws...more

Prince George’s To Pay $145,402 And Increase Female Engineer’s Salary To Settle EEOC Pay Bias Suit

Court Ruled County Violated the Equal Pay Act, Federal Agency Says - BALTIMORE - Prince George's County, Md., will pay $145,402 and furnish significant equitable relief to settle a federal pay discrimination lawsuit, the...more

All [A]Board: Insights and Inspirations for Your Journey to and in the Boardroom

[co-author: Olga Mack, Clearslide] Carly and Olga were law school classmates at Berkeley Law and have continued their friendship and professional collaboration ever since. They serve as board members for both for-profit...more

Ninth Circuit Holds that Prior Salary Alone May Justify Pay Differential in Equal Pay Act Cases

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: On April 27, 2017, the Ninth Circuit held that using prior salary alone may support differences in compensation under the Equal Pay Act as a “factor other than sex” if using prior salary was “reasonable”...more

The irregular thing about the Gender Pay Regulations…

by Dentons on

As reported in our article “It’s all change in employment law in April…”, private employers with 250 employees or more should have collated their relevant data on the first annual “snapshot date”, on 5 April 2017. These...more

Different Power Rules Apply to Men than to Women (LWB Farewell Series)

by William Henderson on

A just released study by the Yale Law Women documents that class participation at Yale Law tends to be disproportionately male (H/T to Jeff and Lior Strahilevitz at Prawfblawg). Although the report offers prescriptive advice...more

The LCLD Fellows Program: Building Relationships and Leadership Skills

I finished my term as Cozen O’Connor’s Fellow in the Leadership Counsel on Legal Diversity in March of 2017. The mission of this prestige program is to unite attorneys who work in firms and in corporate counsel offices for...more

Utah 2017 Legislative Update – Employment Law Issues

by Payne & Fears on

The 2017 session of the Utah Legislature produced few bills affecting employment law; but two bills recently signed by the Governor and one bill that was not passed this year may have an impact on Utah businesses....more

Going Public: UK Launches Mandatory Gender Pay Gap Reporting

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

On April 6, 2017, the UK mandatory gender pay reporting regime will come into force under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 (the “Regulations”). The UK has had a voluntary gender pay gap...more

A perspective on the unequal representation of women in leadership

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

It is an indisputable fact that women are not equally represented in leadership roles or management positions in Australian companies and governments, not even close. Even in 2016, this is the case in almost all arenas of...more

New Mandatory Gender Pay Gap Disclosures Will Soon Take Effect for Large Employers in Great Britain

by Littler on

Effective April 6, 2017, new Gender Pay Reporting regulations to address the gender pay gap (the “Regulations”) come into force in Great Britain. The Regulations are intended to address the pay gap between men and women by...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Index-fund giant State Street is putting gender diversity on corporate boards front and center, announcing this week that it will begin voting against board members charged with nominating new directors if they don’t make an...more

The Great Divide

by Dentons on

With reporting obligations due to come into effect from 6 April 2017, the gender pay gap debate has taken centre stage over the past year. With the UK gender pay gap still sitting at over 18 per cent, it is unsurprising that...more

2nd Circuit Reaffirms Limitations On Statistical Evidence In Pay Equity Cases

by Fisher Phillips on

As pay equity litigation heats up across the country, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals issued a January 26 decision that should help employers in New York, Connecticut, and Vermont combat claims brought under the federal Pay...more

UK Gender Pay Gap Reporting

We wrote about the Draft Gender Pay Gap Regulations in the April 2016 edition of A Month in UK Employment Law. In December 2016, the UK Government published a revised version of these Regulations which are expected to come...more

Employment News - January 2017 #3

by Hogan Lovells on

Flesh on the bones? Pay gap reporting guidance published - When the draft Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations (the Regulations) were published in December 2016, the government promised further guidance to help employers...more

Gender Pay Gap Reporting: Are You Compliant?

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

The long-awaited rules on gender pay reporting are expected to come into force in April 2017. The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 apply to all U.K. private and voluntary sector employers with...more

Philadelphia’s Wage Equity Bill Set To Go Into Effect On May 23, 2017

by Littler on

Mayor Jim Kenney signed the Philadelphia Wage Equity Bill into law on Monday, January 23, 2017. It will take effect on May 23, 2017, and be codified in the Philadelphia Code at Sections 9-1103((1)(i) and 9-1131. Under the...more

In-House Perspective: Management and Boards Must Think Like Activist Investors

by JD Supra Perspectives on

Management and boards aren’t usually considered activists, but when it comes to fighting for diversity in boards and leadership, many can actually learn from activist strategies....more

New Jersey Minimum Wage Update, Poster Update, and Annual Reminders

As 2016 comes to a close, we remind New Jersey employers to take note of the state’s minimum wage increase, effective January 1, 2017, and to tend to some notice and poster housekeeping. First, effective January 1,...more

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