How to Perform a Pay Equity Analysis—And Why You Must
On Demand until January 01, 2023
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Concerns about pay equity are increasing at an accelerated rate. As the larger social environment is becoming less and less tolerant of pay discrimination, local, state, and federal lawmakers are responding. They are doing this by creating reporting and pay transparency requirements, pay disclosure protections, or enhancements to prior laws, which may increase liability or raise the bar on existing requirements. For all of these reasons and more, it is important for organizations to know where they are in terms of pay equity and what to do if pay disparities are discovered.

This webinar will briefly cover established pay equity laws and explore developing trends in laws and regulations aimed at enhancing pay equity. It will then present a tool designed to help organizations conduct their own pay equity analyses. Finally, there will be a discussion about what the output of these analyses mean in relation to the laws and regulations covered.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Developing trends in laws and regulations aimed at enhancing pay equity
  • How to determine if pay disparities based on gender, race, ethnicity, or any other variable exist
  • How to move forward toward a more equitable organization

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Presenters
Patrick McNiel
Principal Business Consultant at Affirmity

Patrick McNiel, PhD is a principal business consultant at Affirmity. Dr. McNiel advises clients on issues related to workforce measurement and statistical analysis, diversity and inclusion, OFCCP and EEOC compliance, and pay equity.

Working with many Fortune 500 and multinational companies, Dr. McNiel has over ten years of experience as a generalist in the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology and has focused on issues of pay equity for the last four years. He received his PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has presented at several national conferences including APA, APS, SIOP, AAAED, and NILG.

Roy Zambonino
Sr. Solutions Consultant at Affirmity

Roy Zambonino is a senior solutions consultant with Affirmity. He is responsible for demonstrating and discussing Affirmity’s wide range of diversity and affirmative action planning products and services with existing and prospective clients.

As a former project manager, Mr. Zambonino is able to draw upon the best practices he’s observed over the last 20+ years helping prepare and implement Affirmative Action and Diversity programs. This work has involved companies ranging in size from a few hundred to several hundreds of thousands of employees, and spans across many industries including retail, construction, healthcare, banking, and finance. Mr. Zambonino has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Business Administration.

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