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.As we head into 2023, all eyes are on salary and pay range requirements in US job postings — where these laws apply, what they require, and when they come into effect.

In this latest video, our Labor & Employment lawyers explain what employers need to know about US laws requiring salary and pay range disclosures in job postings including important differences from location to location, questions and concerns, and practical takeaways. 

While the trend has continued, the landscape has drastically changed since we shared our May 2022 video, The Proliferation of Pay Transparency Laws. Consider this your update!


Speakers: Susan EandiKrissy Katzenstein and Dionna Shear.

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We regularly assist with large-scale pay equity audits to help companies look under the hood and assess whether there are any unexplained or unjustified pay gaps. For more information on how we can help, please contact your Baker McKenzie lawyer.

Catch up on our additional pay transparency publications:

Subscribe to The Employer Report blog where Baker McKenzie lawyers provide legal updates and practical insights to help clients understand, prepare for and respond to the latest domestic and cross-border Labor and Employment issues affecting US and multinational employers. Past videos are linked in the blog sidebar for easy access to topics including the proliferation of pay transparency laws, whistleblower developments for multinational employers, trends in labor unions and workforce, and much more.

Author

Susan Eandi is the Chair of Baker McKenzie's North America Employment and Compensation Practice Group, head of the Global Employment and Labor Law Practice for North America, and a member of the North America Regional Management Council. She also serves on the Firm's Antiracism Legal Impact Board.
Susan speaks regularly for organizations including ACC, Tech GC, Silicon Valley AGC and World Business Council for Sustainable Development. Susan publishes extensively in various external legal publications in addition to handbooks/magazines published by the Firm.
Susan is a recognized leader in employment law by International Employment Lawyer, The Daily Journal, Legal 500 PLC and is a Chambers-ranked attorney.

Author

Krissy Katzenstein is a partner in the Employment & Compensation Practice Group in Baker McKenzie’s New York office. Krissy represents employers in a wide range of employment disputes, with a focus on class and collective actions involving systemic discrimination as well as federal and state agency investigations of systemic discrimination and harassment claims. Krissy was named a “Rising Star” in Employment Law by Law360 in 2019.

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Dionna Shear is an associate in the Employment & Compensation Practice Group in Baker McKenzie's New York office. She has experience advising employers regarding state, federal and global employment laws. Prior to joining the Firm, Dionna worked as an employment & compensation associate at another law firm, was a law clerk for the Honorable Mark D. Houle, US Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California, and while in law school was a member of the Saul Lefkowitz Intellectual Property Moot Court Team as well as an Executive Board Member of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA).

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