As of January 1, 2019, the majority of the Oregon Equal Pay Act’s provisions will be in effect. The law is quite extensive in its requirements aimed at preventing employers from conducting inequitable pay practices for employees in protected classes.
While many employers may believe their practices are equitable, the Oregon Equal Pay Act introduces a degree of complexity and risk that relies on a robust process for identifying work of comparable character and assessing pay equity.
This webinar will inform attendees on key aspects of the law, timelines for provisions, and steps employers should be taking to comply with the Oregon Equal Pay Act and ensure pay practices support ongoing compliance.
Understand what has triggered increased pay equity regulation
Understand the key provisions of the Oregon Equal Pay Act
Learn steps that need to be taken in order to comply with the law
Proactively identify practices that may be putting an organization at risk
Identify areas that may need to be addressed to ensure equitable pay practices
Discover some of the nuances of the Oregon Equal Pay Act that may easily be overlooked
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Jean Roque, President & Founder
As the Founder and President of Trüpp, Jean has a passion for contributing to, and furthering the success of growing organizations. Her straightforward yet strategic approach focuses on delivering HR services that are tailored to the unique needs, risks, and business objectives of each organization while removing the complexity often associated with the HR function.
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Audra Hedberg, HR Compliance Analyst
In her role at Trüpp, Audra contributes as an HR Compliance Consultant—focusing her efforts on advising clients on regulatory compliance matters, authoring employment policies and handbooks, and contributing to client consulting activities. She has a passion for compliance and enjoys providing guidance under various federal and multi-state employment laws in a relaxed style which is easy to understand.
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