What Employers Need to Know about Connecticut’s New GAME CHANGING Pay Discrimination Law
As of October 1, Connecticut employers will face a new law that will change the way they interact with both employees and potential new hires. Titled “An Act Concerning the Disclosure of Salary Range for a Vacant Position,” the law imposes new requirements on Connecticut employers to disclose wage range information to both job applicants and existing employees. Wage ranges must be shared not only at certain milestones such as during job offers, but at any time the applicant or employee requests.
With only a few weeks before the law takes effect, Connecticut employers must act now to ensure compliance. Violations could result in civil action brought by applicants and employees, and potential involvement by the CT Department of Labor and the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities.
In this live webinar, OperationsInc CEO David Lewis will cover:
- The ins and outs of the new statute and what is required for compliance
- Our suggested action plan to take before October 1 and going forward
- Where and how wage range transparency may expose issues and how to address them
- Areas employers must focus on, including salary benchmarking, real and perceived inequities, and how to limit liability
- Recommended strategies for communication with candidates and employees
- Potential strategies for job banding and compliance, with pros and cons of each
- Answers to your questions
This law will change the game for all Connecticut employers, with ripple effects sure to be felt by every size and type of business.
Registration for the live event is free but space is limited. Reserve your spot now.