Managing Pay Transparency in the Workplace

recording Managing Pay Transparency in the Workplace

You Will Learn:

• Inherent dangers and common misconceptions about pay secrecy
• How to use pay transparency as a tool for setting and managing employee expectations
• Latest laws in terms of transparent pay practices and pay equity
• How to make pay transparency work in your organization

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Pay transparency is much more than posting salaries on a bulletin board.

In fact, the advent of #MeToo and TimesUp has sparked a growing pressure to disclose compensation information, not only at the executive-level, but at the employee-level as well.

But, what level of transparency is best? How does a company begin? What are some of the risks and rewards of pay transparency? And, what are the legal compliance issues companies must follow when revealing salary ranges and specifics?

This information-packed webinar will help you answer these critical questions and guide you through, step-by-step, how to effectively manage pay transparency in your organization.

Learning Objectives

  • How pay transparency relates to corporate culture and organizational strategy
  • Pros and cons to consider before jumping on the transparency bandwagon
  • The different perspectives on salary transparency in the workplace and in job ads
  • Inherent dangers and common misconceptions about pay secrecy
  • How to use pay transparency as a tool for setting and managing employee expectations
  • Best techniques for discussing pay decisions and market ranges with candidates/employees (and what not to say)
  • The real relationship between posting of wage information and the quality of applicants
  • How knowledge of colleagues’ wages encourages high performers
  • Lawfulness of non-disclosure agreements as they pertain to pay
  • Latest laws in terms of transparent pay practices and pay equity
  • How to make pay transparency work in your organization

Product ID: 17904

Bonus Material

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• Different Salary Structure Designs
• Traditional Salary Structures
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• Market-Based Salary Structures
• Step Salary Structures

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1. Develop A Salary Structure
2. Research Market Data For Benchmarked Jobs
3. Decide Whether A Job Fits With A Benchmarked Job
4. Find The Value Of A New Position Or One That Cannot Be Benchmarked
5. Administrate A Salary Structure

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Faculty

Erin M. Connell
Erin M. Connell
Partner, Orrick

Erin M. Connell, a San Francisco employment partner, represents employers in high stakes employment litigation and is an expert in equal employment opportunity law, affirmative action (OFCCP) compliance, and systemic discrimination investigations.

Kathryn G. Mantoan
Kathryn G. Mantoan
Senior Associate, Orrick

Kathryn Grzenczyk Mantoan, a senior associate working across the San Francisco and Portland offices, focuses her practice on high-stakes employment litigation, compliance counseling, and litigation avoidance measures.

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