New Wage Transparency Laws: Resolving Wage Discrimination and Equity Claims
Mitigating the Fallout of the Great Resignation
This program is cancelled
A live 90-minute CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE course will discuss the new state wage transparency laws in Colorado and New York and proposed in California and Washington, D.C. The panel will address utilizing these new laws to mitigate wage discrimination and wage equity claims, as well as how the rippling effects of future wage transparency laws may assist with employee retention after the Great Resignation.
- Wage transparency laws
- Colorado law
- New York law
- Proposed legislation
- Wage discrimination and wage equity laws
- Hiring audits
- Best practices
The panel will discuss these and other key issues:
- How will New York's new wage transparency law be further clarified?
- What changes to hiring practices should employers consider when seeking remote workers?
- How will wage transparency laws affect wage discrimination claims?
Mr. Gagnon is a partner in the Chicago office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. A member of the Labor & Employment... | Read More
Mr. Gagnon is a partner in the Chicago office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. A member of the Labor & Employment Department, he focuses his practice on Complex Discrimination and Wage and Hour Litigation.Close
Tracey I. Levy, Esq.
Levy Employment Law
With more than 25 years of legal and employee relations experience, Ms. Levy guides managers and in-house counsel... | Read More
With more than 25 years of legal and employee relations experience, Ms. Levy guides managers and in-house counsel through the full employee life-cycle, providing practical advice on workplace-related issues concerning employee performance, requests for leave or other accommodations, worker classification, and managing employee concerns. She is regularly called upon to serve as an outside, neutral investigator of employee complaints, particularly for matters involving senior executives, HR professionals, and other complex situations. Ms. Levy enjoys the intricacies of designing HR policies and agreements that are legally compliant but written in clear language that is consistent with an organization’s culture. She also represents organizations in the initial stages of responding to administrative inquiries and complaints filed with the EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, and the federal and state departments of labor.Close