Preparing for Pay Equity Month: 5 Things You Can Do Now to Get a Head Start
As a compensation professional, you understand that pay fairness plays an enormous role in the total employee value proposition of your organization, and that pay inequities can have significant negative effects on your employee experience, brand reputation, and even your bottom line. As you look towards Pay Equity Month in October, you may even be thinking about implementing processes that ensure pay equity throughout the employee lifecycle. But with so many plans to tackle, how do you prioritize your work – and your spend?
Join us for a webinar on September 19th to learn the 5 things you can do right now to advance pay fairness and equity in your organization ahead of the official start of Pay Equity Month. Sarah Reynolds, Vice President of Marketing at Salary.com, will discuss how pay fairness plays a role in the overall employee experience, and explain how to assess the market competitiveness and internal equity of your current pay practices, how to prioritize spending to make necessary adjustments to correct pay inequities, and how to leverage internal and external communication strategies to demonstrate your commitment to pay equity.
Sarah will also review how today’s top compensation challenges, like pay premiums for hot jobs and skills, minimum wage updates, and the evolving compliance landscape, can impact salary compression and pay equity within your organization in new ways.
- How pay fairness influences your organization’s employee value proposition (EVP)
- How to use data to ensure your pay practices remain externally competitive and internally equity
- How today’s biggest compensation challenges, like hot jobs, skill-based pay, and minimum wage updates, can affect pay equity in your organization
- How to prioritize projects and spending when looking to advance your pay equity processes
- Which laws and guidelines you should be aware of as you move forward
- How HR and compensation professionals can partner with their Marketing and Communications departments to expand the impact of their internal and external communication efforts