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The New Frontier: Explaining Pay Data Information Requirements for Promotions Under the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act and California’s New Pay Reporting Requirements
New state legislative action has birthed a new frontier for employers in the region. Following up on our webinar in December regarding the new pay data transparency publication requirements for listings and postings in Colorado, join Candee Chambers of DirectEmployers, Tony Perkins of Taapestry and Jay Wang of Fox, Wang & Morgan to discuss other new requirements imposed on employers with Colorado and California employees. Specifically, during the 60-minute webinar our speakers will address:

• COLORADO: What employers need to do differently following implementation of the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act (EPEWA) as to listing new hire positions and posting promotional opportunities for Colorado employees. Also, how the statute forces most employers to the realization that they have to post to Colorado employees most of their jobs around the country, including pay and benefits information (raising trade secret and competitive information issues for many employers);

• COLORADO: New limitations EPEWA imposes on employers prohibiting them from limiting employees from discussing their pay and salary histories; and

• CALIFORNIA: California’s rebirth of the EEO-1 Component 2 reporting requirement as to California employers. Who is covered? Which out-of-state employees do you have report, if covered? What has to be reported, how and when? Binary employee reporting. How to brace for and react to the public reports California will spin from your data, and, finally, practical considerations to comply with the pay data reporting requirements.

The presentation will be followed by live Q&A.

Jan 27, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jay Wang
Partner @Fox, Wang & Morgan P.C.
Mr. Wang’s practice focuses on employment litigation that includes civil claims involving wrongful termination, harassment, unpaid wages, discrimination, trade secrets and workplace violence claims. He is also involved in counseling his clients as to human resources issues ranging from family leave practices, workplace investigations, and disciplinary write-ups.
Tony Perkins
VP of AAP/EEO Compliance @DirectEmployers Association
Salvador T. “Tony” Perkins, is Vice President of AAP/EEO Compliance with DirectEmployers Association. He has over twenty years of experience in advising corporate managers on human resources and equal employment law matters. For ten and one-half years, Mr. Perkins was engaged in private law practice as a partner in the Washington, D.C. firm of McGuiness, Norris & Williams, specializing in equal employment law. He was elected Secretary of the Equal Employment Advisory Council (EEAC), a non-profit association of major corporate employers affiliated with the law firm, and served as counsel to EEAC’s EEO/AA Compliance Committee. In this capacity, he provided counsel and advice to EEAC’s member companies on a wide variety of employment law issues. Mr. Perkins also served as EEAC’s principal trainer, developing and delivering a full curriculum of training programs for managers and human resources professionals on compliance with employment discrimination laws and regulations.
Candee Chambers
Executive Director @DirectEmployers Association
Candee Chambers, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, SR. CAAP, joined the association in 2013 and currently serves as the Executive Director of DirectEmployers and CEO for the organization’s wholly owned subsidiary, Recruit Rooster. She is responsible for not only leading a team of over 75 people from seven departments but also for the continual development of the OFCCP compliance and recruitment marketing solutions for Members of the Association. As a passionate advocate for HR practitioners and the compliance challenges they face as government contractors, Candee previously served as the Association’s VP of Compliance and Partnerships. In this role, she oversaw the creation of strategic partnerships with a multitude of organizations and managed the relationship with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) which includes the joint-initiative, National Labor Exchange (NLx).