Learn about new pay transparency laws and best practices for weaving compliance into your talent attraction and candidate experience strategy.
Pay transparency is sweeping across the nation, and it is a labor movement that no one can ignore. According to Claro Analytics, the ratio of new publicly posted jobs with salary data has already increased from 27% to 36% over the last year. It is becoming a crucial element to create a great candidate experience and attract the best talent in today’s market. If you don’t comply, you could lose your current employees and be subject to thousands of dollars in fines depending on where you are hiring.
In this webinar hosted on December 7, 2022, we discussed what Talent Acquisition leaders need to know to stay ahead of the new laws, how you can leverage pay transparency in your recruiting process, and how it is building a more equitable salary standard regardless of location, gender, or race.
Morvareed has been practicing law as a business and tech lawyer for over 10 years. She works with entrepreneurs, startups, and businesses to help them create and negotiate the strongest contracts and tech transactions for scaling and protecting their businesses. Morvareed also counsels them on issues involving product launches and product feature launches, intellectual property licensing and protection, open source issues, and data and privacy rights.
Morvareed is also President of the Santa Monica Bar Association, Career Chair for the UCLA Alumni Westside Bruins Network, and Board member and Co-Event Chair of UCLA Law Women LEAD.
Mike has over 15 years of recruiting experience in staffing agency, RPO, and in-house corporate environments. He has worked with such companies as Allstate, Capital One, NPR, and Twitter. Mike has also published 2 books titled “Becoming the Silver Bullet: Recruiting Strategies for connecting with Top Talent,” and “How to Find and Land your Dream Job: Insider tips from a Recruiter.” An active member of the recruiting community, Mike has spoken publicly at SourceCon and Recruiting Daily in an effort to help elevate the level of professional skills.
Wendi is focused on expanding Celential’s strategic partners with the goal of helping companies hire SWE talent more cost-effectively through our AI-powered sourcing solution. She also leads business and people operations, driving positive changes to the internal organization and culture.
Prior to joining Celential, Wendi led go-to-market for multiple early-stage startups and served as the Business Development Partner at Google’s AI-focused fund Gradient Ventures, where she advised portfolio companies on their business strategy and helped them win partnership and sales deals with Fortune 500 companies. She also led partnerships for different parts of the Google Devices & Services team and worked closely with developers and engineering leaders.