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A Look at Salary History Laws in 2020dff

Salary history inquiry bans continue to come to the forefront of pay equity discussions in states and cities across the country. Where enacted, these laws …

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A Look at Salary History Laws in 2020

Salary history inquiry bans continue to come to the forefront of pay equity discussions in states and cities across the country. Where enacted, these laws …

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Compensational Professionals and CCP Certification

Earning CCP Certification can be expensive and time-consuming, but often a worthwhile investment. Most compensation professionals view a CCP as a long-term investment that will …

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FLSA Overtime Change Toolkit

Download Now Download our FLSA overtime toolkit to understand the impacts of these changes and learn about more actions you can take today to prepare …

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Addressing Problems with Minimum Wage

Download Now Download our guide on Addressing Problems with Minimum Wage for key takeaways on how to solve minimum wage problems, and consider partnering with …

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Planning for New FLSA Overtime Rules

New Fair Labor Standards Act regulations are on the horizon and they have the potential to dramatically impact organizations, from operating budgets to staffing levels …

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5 Ways to Support Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Now more than ever, employees tend to have the upper hand when job hunting and employers find themselves going head-to-head with other noble competitors to …

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Iceland Pay Gap to Close by 2022

At the beginning of 2018, Iceland made it illegal to pay men more than women – and now they’re enforcing it. The law requires organizations …

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Your Guide to Salary History Laws by State and Locality

“What is your current salary?” While this question was a common feature of the interview process, and even expected in years past, it’s now prohibited …

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Tips to Ensure Your Compensation Plan Meets HR Compliance

When it comes to designing, implementing, and administering a comprehensive compensation plan, it’s not just the employer and employee(s) who must agree that the arrangement …