Companies face unprecedented pressure to make public statements about pay equity. Calls for pay transparency come from employees, shareholders, government agencies, and even civil advocacy groups. Studies show being open and honest about “pay gaps” can be a smart business move. But at the same time, saying the wrong thing can lead to PR and legal headaches for years to come. So, what’s a company to do?
In this timely session, an equal pay-focused employment attorney will walk through the current landscape of “pay transparency” issues, while providing practical advice for those considering public disclosures about pay equity.
For those ready to “go public,” this session will discuss the practical considerations and best practices for what to say when making public statements about pay equity.
You’ll leave this session with:
- An understanding of the considerations for deciding whether to make public statements about pay equity
- Definitions for key terminology in the equal pay space
- Identification of legal obligations around pay transparency
- An understanding of what strategies other companies are doing to be transparent about pay
Tips on what language is safe to use when crafting public statements about pay equity
Please note: Prices are subject to change without notice. All sales are nonrefundable. Playback and the on-demand recorded session will be available 30 days following the live event, and you can access the session for 90 days. Your 90-day access begins the day of order.