Addressing Pay Equity Under Increased Scrutiny
On Demand until December 31, 2025

Pay equity is top of mind for many executives. Interest in this topic has reached new levels, as exemplified in efforts by large organizations to publicly discuss and disclose their achievement on pay equity (e.g., difference in pay between women and men in term of cents on the dollar). Investors are pressing for this information and leading companies are looking to get out ahead of such demands.

In this virtual course, experts will discuss key pay equity laws and regulations, assessing pay equity using a regression-based approach, driving and communicating pay equity, what companies are doing to address pay equity challenges and preventing pay gaps.

You’ll learn: 

  • Conduct a pay equity assessment on a regular basis
  • Assign a team responsible for conducting or overseeing the assessment
  • Use a robust statistical approach such as multiple regression for the assessment
  • Consider different remediation approaches to ensure you achieve your objectives
  • Create policies to prevent pay equity problems from recurring

This course is applicable in U.S. and global markets.

Originally recorded on March 22, 2018.

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  • Prices are subject to change without notice. All sales are nonrefundable. Access to the live event is limited to the first 1000 participants, so be sure to log on up to 15 minutes prior to the event start time. The live event includes access to playback. Playback and the on-demand webinar are available two business days following the live event, and you can access them for 90 days. If you order the on-demand webinar after the live event, your 90-day access begins the day of order.
  • HRCI credits will only be granted for attending the live webinar event. On-demand webinars do not qualify for HRCI credit. You may receive a certificate of completion for watching an on-demand webinar. Please contact Customer Experience Team at 877-951-9191 (United States and Canada) or +1 480-951-9191 (Outside US) or email to request this certificate. You'll receive it in two to four weeks via email.
Gail Greenfield
US Pay Equity Program Director at Oracle

Gail Greenfield has more than 15 years as a workforce analytics, pay equity, and diversity, equity, and inclusion consultant and advisor, helping organizations create evidence-based talent management, pay equity, and diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies. Doctorate degree in economics with extensive experience leading workforce, pay equity, and diversity, equity, and inclusion studies; conducting statistical and predictive analyses; identifying interventions organizations can undertake to accelerate progress on their talent management, pay equity, and diversity, equity, and inclusion objectives; presenting findings and recommendations to senior leaders; coaching, managing, and mentoring; and public speaking at human resources, pay equity, and diversity, equity, and inclusion events.

Alex Greco
Senior Principal at Mercer

Alex Greco is a senior consultant and economist with more than 17 years of cross-industry experience advising and collaborating with clients to develop workforce strategies. Recognized expert and leader in the areas of labor economics, econometrics, and statistics applied to business, operational, and compliance matters.

Uses data to understand the complex relationships underlying clients' people decisions; identifies patterns, measures, and predicts the effects of policies and proposed actions. Has extensive experience in directing analyses of pay equity, hiring, promotions, retention, and performance. Team builder and mentor.

Prior to Mercer, had more than 11 years of client-facing experience providing attorneys with economic and statistical analyses in numerous legal class action matters involving allegations of gender, race, national origin, and age discrimination in pay, promotions, and violations of federal and state labor statutes.

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