On May 15th, 2022, employers in New York City will be subject to new pay transparency laws requiring “good faith” salary ranges to be included in external job postings and internal promotions and transfers. This law is intended to help reduce the gender pay gap by leveling the playing field and facilitating fairer negotiations. During our discussion, WTW will share perspectives on how organizations can prepare and chart their course of action, leveraging insights and best practices gathered from client work in other locales with pay transparency regulations. Our discussion will address both compensation and talent management/communications implications and the pros and cons of various approaches.
Jackie Rubin is an Associate Director in WTW’s Work & Rewards practice based in New York. She has worked with clients in a variety of industries including financial services, retail, pharmaceuticals, media, healthcare, and consumer products.
Jackie helps organizations leverage proven strategies and develop innovative solutions for designing, organizing, and rewarding work. With a focus on compensation, she works with clients to design rewards programs to better engage talent and meet strategic and operational goals.
As a Senior Director in WTW’s New York office, Lisa Perlmutter helps clients to develop, improve, and optimize their reward programs to achieve their strategic and operational objectives. She brings a highly responsive and collegial consulting style to her client engagements. She leads the firm’s Tax-Exempt Organizations team and contributes to the Modernizing Total Rewards and Remote Work teams.