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Equal Pay for Equal Work Compliance in Workday

If you recruit in Colorado, are you ready for January 1, 2021?

Effective January 1, companies who recruit for talent in Colorado will need to comply with the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, which is designed to reduce discrimination and disparities in pay received by employees performing the same work. Compliance to this law includes providing visible pay ranges associated with the position on the job posting.

If you’re currently using Workday’s Recruiting module and wondering whether it’s worth configuring this functionality to automatically meet this requirement for you, you should consider:

  • How many job postings do you typically have in Colorado?
  • Will you want to manually update current and future job postings to add necessary information for Colorado openings, or would you want the system to automatically accommodate this requirement?
  • Are your compensation ranges currently visible to those who create job requisitions?

 

How We Can Help

Our Workday consultants have been successful in building a solution in their recruiting functionality that automatically adds the necessary pay ranges and verbiage needed to support this new regulation. Learn more about our Post-Production Support services here.

If your organization would like to learn more about how we can support your efforts to meet this new requirement, please click below.

 

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