Paying it Right for the EEOC: A Strategic Look at Pay Equity in 2013
A 2-Part Webinar
Pay gaps, gender equity, starting pay inconsistencies, and compensation adjustments: 2013 is the year of compensation-based discrimination claims. In the EEOC’s recently-released Strategic Enforcement Plan for 2013-2016, the EEOC made clear that it will target compensation systems and practices that discriminate based on gender. The EEOC has vowed to use its resources to facilitate enforcement of pay equity claims and we have already seen evidence of their refocused efforts. Come join us for a look at the current state of EEOC pay equity enforcement and for practical solutions to manage your risks.
Part 1: Paying it Right for the EEOC: Current Status of EEOC’s Pay Equity Agenda
The first session will cover the current state of pay equity law and existing guidance from federal agencies with an emphasis on the Equal Pay Act. The winds are rapidly changing in the area of pay equity enforcement and what you thought you knew about pay equity may be last year’s news. During this session we will give you the latest on the EEOC’s Strategic Enforcement Plan for 2013-2016 and provide you with front-line information on the EEOC’s enforcement efforts.
Part 1 will be presented on Thursday, January 31
Part 2:Paying it Right for the EEOC: Avoiding the Most Common Pay Mistakes
In the second session, we will discuss the realities of conducting pay equity analyses and provide you with practical solutions for navigating pay equity issues in today’s environment. We will also discuss best practices for ensuring equitable compensation decisions and debate the most common pay equity mistakes that tend to raise red flags with the EEOC and other regulatory agencies.
Part 2 will be presented on Thursday, February 14
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