- Jodka, Sara H.
- Media Mentions
Sara Jodka was recently quoted in SHRM’s article, “Some Employers Are Excluding Colorado Applicants for Remote Work.” State pay equity law requires employers to disclose wage and benefits information. However, some employers are excluding workers in the state from their talent search. The information that employers must include in job postings varies depending on which state or local law applies. Colorado's Equal Pay for Equal Work Act took effect on Jan. 1. The law requires employers to take several steps to help achieve gender pay equity. "Employee compensation should be based on the specific job to be performed and the skill and experience of the particular employee coming into that role," said Sara. Click here to read the full article.
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