What Accountants Need to Know About Pay Equity in New Jersey
When the Diane B. Allen Pay Act became law on July 1, 2018, New Jersey became the state with the most progressive pay equity statute in the nation. In the year since, employers and their trusted advisors have turned their attention to the daunting task of understanding and complying with the legal mandates of this sweeping pay equity legislation. In her article published by New Jersey CPA, Kathleen Caminiti, co-chair of the firm’s Pay Equity practice, takes a look at the state’s Equal Pay Act and examines how accountants can help identify and address pay disparities to avoid costly litigation.
To read the full article, visit New Jersey CPA.