October 11, 2018 - 04:30 am

That’s Not Fair! Understanding How Your Organization Rates Against Pay Equity Law Trends and Movements

Recent years have seen rising legal and social trends aimed at increasing workplace fairness and transparency. Employers are taking notice, whether to attract and retain talent or simply to prevent litigation. In 2016, California became the trend setter in adopting the nation’s most aggressive and onerous state equal pay law. Other states – New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, and Oregon – quickly followed suit. In addition, social movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp have been transformational in the effort for greater transparency and accountability in the workplace.  Not surprisingly, we have seen a rise in litigation under the equal pay laws, which are generating new laws like the salary history ban. These laws and cases are having a big impact on employers in California and nationwide.

Join us as we navigate the legal landscape as it stands today. We will explore:

•    Equal pay legislation
•    #MeToo and #TimesUp Movement
•    Trends in Litigation – Salary History Ban
•    How the pay equity trends affect your organization’s practices

Santa Monica
Thursday, October 11, 2018
7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Registration
8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Program

Register early! Attendance is limited. This gives us the opportunity to spend more time with each attendee and answer as many questions as possible. Complimentary presentation and breakfast. 1 hour of MCLE credit available. To register or with questions, please contact Karen Torres at ktorres@hkemploymentlaw.com.

Parking:  One hour validated parking will be provided in our building. Parking is also available at 1135 4th Street, Santa Monica, CA, with complimentary parking for the first 90 minutes.



233 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 600, Santa Monica, California, 90401, United States