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Sex discrimination depresses employees’ wages, prevents the maximum utilization of labor resources, and constitutes an unfair method of competition. This course teaches how and why understanding and complying with the Equal Pay Act [EPA] combats these problems. Addressing each aspect of the EPA, passed in 1963, this course explores each form of employment compensation that the Act covers including wages or salary, overtime pay, bonuses, stock options, profit sharing plans, life insurance, health insurance, vacation and holiday pay, and expenses reimbursement. By showing how employers violate the EPA, this course also shows how to comply with the Act by learning all the factors determining what is meant by equal pay and equal work. Present this course to assure your company adheres to the requirements of the Equal Pay Act to avoid fines and litigation.
Executive and managerial level employees whose job responsibilities include determining employment compensation for each job
Introduction|How To Determine If Jobs Are Substantially Equal|Skill|Effort|Responsibility|Working Conditions|Staying Compliant: Documentation|Merit-Based Earnings And Incentive Systems|Conclusion
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