The EU Pay Transparency Directive: What can employers do now to prepare for implementation in 2026?

DATE
Start: 2024-06-11 09:30
End: 2024-06-11 10:30
LOCATION
AmCham Boardroom and online
Spektrum, ul. Twarda 18, 16th floor
00-105
Warszawa
EVENT DETAILS

Member States of the European Union have until 7 June 2026 to implement the Pay Transparency Directive. It means that employers, acting by the rules of compliance, should start preparations now. Otherwise, the new regulations may come as a surprise and generate not only legal but also reputational risks.

On behalf of the AmCham HR Committee, we invite you to a meeting entitled The EU Pay Transparency Directive: What can employers do now to prepare for implementation in 2026? Our speakers will be Partners from Littler, an AmCham member company, Marcin Sanetra and Robert Stępień, who will delve into:

 • Why is it the last moment to properly plan your preparation for new responsibilities?
 • What measures should be taken to meet the requirements of the Directive?
 • What are the risks of not being properly prepared for the reporting process?
 • How should the remuneration system be shaped in the context of the obligation to publish information on the pay gap?
 • How to evaluate individual positions in the company?
 • What action should be taken if gender pay inequalities are detected?
 • What new powers are envisaged for trade unions?
 • How to inform job candidates about the salary level in a given position?

The meeting (in Polish) will take place on Tuesday, June 11 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Live tickets are limited to 20 people, for those registering live, we ask you to click the live ticket. The Webex link will be sent to all online attendants one day before the event.

Member States of the European Union have until 7 June 2026 to implement the Pay Transparency Directive. It means that employers, acting by the rules of compliance, should start preparations now. Otherwise, the new regulations may come as a surprise and generate not only legal but also reputational risks.

On behalf of the AmCham HR Committee, we invite you to a meeting entitled The EU Pay Transparency Directive: What can employers do now to prepare for implementation in 2026? Our speakers will be Partners from Littler, an AmCham member company, Marcin Sanetra and Robert Stępień, who will delve into:

 • Why is it the last moment to properly plan your preparation for new responsibilities?
 • What measures should be taken to meet the requirements of the Directive?
 • What are the risks of not being properly prepared for the reporting process?
 • How should the remuneration system be shaped in the context of the obligation to publish information on the pay gap?
 • How to evaluate individual positions in the company?
 • What action should be taken if gender pay inequalities are detected?
 • What new powers are envisaged for trade unions?
 • How to inform job candidates about the salary level in a given position?

The meeting (in Polish) will take place on Tuesday, June 11 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Live tickets are limited to 20 people, for those registering live, we ask you to click the live ticket. The Webex link will be sent to all online attendants one day before the event.

SPEAKERS

Marcin Sanetra
Robert Stępień

SPONSORS