Unveiling the Impact of Equal Pay Transparency Laws on PERM Advertising

Unveiling the Impact of Equal Pay Transparency Laws on PERM Advertising

Unveiling the Impact of Equal Pay Transparency Laws on PERM Advertising (Live Seminar & Recording)
05/21/2024 02:00 PM ET - 03:30 PM ET
$199.00
Unveiling the Impact of Equal Pay Transparency Laws on PERM Advertising (Seminar Recording)
$179.00
Live Event Date: 05/21/2024
Format Length CLE Eligible
Web Seminar 90 min. Yes

The latest chapter in the fight for equal pay involves a variety of Equal Pay Transparency (EPT) laws that have been enacted in certain states. The panelists will provide a general overview of EPT laws, and they will address the factors practitioners should consider when preparing for PERM recruitment in a jurisdiction that has adopted these statutes.

Featured Topics:

  • Which states and cities currently have EPT laws?
  • How to stay current on which states are likely to adopt EPT laws
  • The impact of EPT laws on PERM regulations regarding advertising content
  • Integrating EPT into your PERM strategy: best practices

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Tu Cam T. Castillo (DL), Mokena, IL

Alexander Dgebuadze, AILA Business Section Steering Committee/DOL Liaison Committee, Woodland Hills, CA

Katie N. Minervino, AILA Verification and Documentation Liaison Committee, Portland, ME

Stephen D. Parker, Richardson, TX

Stephen D. Parker is a Senior Associate in the Dallas office of BAL, focused on business immigration. Stephen is a member of AILA and has presented on business immigration panels at AILA seminars and conferences. He served on the business-track planning committee for an AILA midwinter conference and as a member on AILA’s Distance Learning committee. He received his JD from Seattle University School of Law (2010).

The speaker's/author's views do not necessarily represent the views of AILA, nor do they constitute legal advice or representation. Practice tips provided are based on the speaker's/author's experiences and the current state of the law. Please be sure to conduct legal research and analysis for your unique situation as the law changes quickly and experiences may differ from your own.