PayAnalytics founder Margret Bjarnadottir on the People Data for Good Podcast
Margret spoke with Al Adamsen, the host of People Data for Good, in a recent episode about Pay Equity, Algorithms, Neutrality of Data and AI.
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In 2023, Washington State will be expanding its pay transparency requirements. The state already required employers to disclose a job’s minimum pay when making an applicant a job offer. But under the new law, companies will have to disclose pay ranges in the job posting itself.
In the first coffee talk of 2023, Salomé Germain Trigano tells Margrét how she helps companies get started with diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Topics include data, the need for transparency, and how to make sure DEI efforts are sustainable.
This summer, Ireland implemented a far-reaching pay equity legislation, the Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021. This legislation requires employers to begin reporting on their gender pay gaps. Companies will need to report differences in the mean and median pay between male and female employees. And if there’s a pay disparity, the company will need to provide a written explanation for it and outline any steps planned to close the gap.
As pay transparency laws continue to gain traction across the US, California employers are getting ready to comply with the state’s new pay reporting and pay disclosure law. It was signed by Governor Newsom on September 27, 2022.