The gender pay gap continues to appear in the headlines. At work, however, this thorny issue remains taboo. Have you ever wanted to learn the facts? Do you wonder how pay gap audits work? Do you want to learn how to talk about pay at work?
Gender pay equity is a discussion topic relevant not only from a compliance standpoint but also from a talent management one. Employers need to hire and retain the best talent to build and grow their businesses. Looking at the employer-employee relationship from various angles means that gender pay equity is a real and relevant part of today's business practices.
Current news reports and personal experiences voiced in social media confirm that there is a gender gap in how workers are paid. While it is still unclear as to how prevalent and wide that gap is across the labor market, it is startlingly clear that employers need to take steps to uncover and close any gender pay gaps they have. Risks abound for lack of action including litigation exposure, low employee engagement, and lack of productivity and profits in overall business performance. In today's dynamic labor market, it can even mean your most valuable employees quitting in dissatisfaction.
This webinar will provide you with a better understanding of the pay equity situation, including regulatory requirements that affect your hiring and internal talent management decisions. You'll also walk away with clear ideas on how other companies are addressing their pay gap situations so that you can put into place appropriate steps to do the same.
In this informative webinar, you’ll gain a better understanding of pay equity topics and assess inequity gaps you may have in your workforce so that you can take appropriate action to close them. You’ll also learn about legislative requirements affecting business decisions around hiring, transfers, promotions, and compensation.
- Describe the history of gender pay gaps and what the situation looks like today
- Understand the basics of the OFCCP Pay Transparency Rule
- Identify contributing factors for gender pay gaps
- Review recent legislative requirements on barring pay history inquiries
- Present suggestions for how employers can close the gender pay gap in their workforce
- Walk through case studies of companies that face pending lawsuits related to gender pay gap issues
- Present case studies of company that have successfully closed their existing gender pay gaps
Who Will Benefit:
- Human resources professionals
- Business owners
- Senior leaders of companies
- Recruiters (external and internal)
- Talent Management professionals
- Compensation specialists