Strategic HR at Mount Washington: Oct 27-29, 2019 – Bretton Woods, NH


 

Early Bird Session: Is Pay Transparency the Path to Pay Equity?

Monday, October 28th, 2019 @ 7:00 am - 8:15 am

A Strategic Vantage Point

Charla Stevens, McLane Middleton

What’s it all about? Pay transparency is still not the norm in the private sector, but with gender pay equity laws percolating around the country, particularly in the progressive Northeast, the issue is very much on the table. Charla Stevens and Adam Hamel lead this engaging Monday breakfast conversation on pay transparency, trends from the pay equity front, and how this will impact your compensation practices in a variety of ways – strategic, legal, and practical. Discover HR’s vital role in this process by considering the pros and cons of pay transparency, including the impact on employee morale and the connection to your recruiting and retention practices and goals. You’ll hear from the experiences of your New England peers, particularly recent Massachusetts developments, and we’ll discuss whether “to share or not to share.”

Why you’ll want to participate in this session.

  • Discover the strategic connection between pay transparency and your organization’s compensation models and diversity and inclusion programs; then help align your pay equity strategy to business measures and results.
  • Discuss the links among pay transparency, your employment brand, and your workplace ethics and values.
  • Become a student of the legal trends on the pay equity front so that you can help your leadership team stay ahead of the curve in this trending area of business practice.

Pre-registration is required for this session.

Applying for SHRM Credit and HRCI Business Credit.

Program Faculty: Charla Stevens
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