How Pay Transparency and Equal Pay, and Proposed Amendments and Recent Developments to the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission, will Impact Employers
On Tuesday, August 22, John Knorek will offer Hawaii Employers Council members an informational webinar about preparing for 2024 — what the recent new law on pay transparency and equal pay, and proposed Rule amendments for the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission, mean for employers.
- Act 203 (effective 1/1/2024) requires certain job listings to include an hourly rate or salary range, and requires equal pay for substantially similar work.
- The Hawaii Civil Rights Commission is proposing amendments to its current rules, HAWAII ADMINISTRATIVE RULES, TITLE 12, CHAPTER 46.
Spend the time now to understand the impact to employers; so you can make plans for what may need to be changed in your processes and procedures and be ready for 2024.
John L. Knorek, Director at Torkildson Katz, provides counsel and representation to large and small employers in all aspects of employment and wrongful discharge law. His practice also includes collective bargaining negotiations, affirmative action compliance, mediation, and arbitration. John provides training to businesses on employment discrimination and preventative personnel practices, including family leave, disability law, and sexual harassment.
He has served on numerous boards of non-profit and charitable organizations and periodically lectures at the University of Hawaii. John is a founding author of the Chamber Desk Manual on Employment Law in Hawaii and recently published the 2023 edition. John graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a master’s in Public Administration then went to receive his law degree at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington D.C.