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Webinar: Pay Equity Best Practices: A Deeper Dive

 Export to Your Calendar 6/12/2018
When: Tuesday, June 12, 2018
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: Online
United States
Presenter: Thomas Flannery, Lilly Lin & Thomas McMullen
Contact: Marissa Cammarano
(781)239-8718


Online registration is available until: 6/12/2018
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NEHRA's Webinar Series

Pay Equity
Presented by Korn Ferry

Program Overview:

 

A number of economic, regulatory and social forces are sharpening many organizations to focus on the issue of pay equity in the workplace.  Local and state regulatory changes include employers no longer able to ask candidates about their compensation history, statute of limitation timeframes, equal pay for comparable work, and higher levels of punitive damage awards.   However, pay equity is no longer just a compliance issue.  Many Boards and leadership teams increasingly see this as a strategic issue and seek to leverage this work in establishing the organization as a destination employer with a strong employer value proposition.     

Following our overwhelming and positive response to our first session on pay equity, we are offering this second session to address the many "What do I do Questions?" from participants.

We will discuss our view on the following pay equity management issues:

  1. How do I communicate the value of this work with senior leaders?
  2. What methodology and steps should I use to determine if we have a pay equity issue?
  3. What data should I review in these kinds of analyses?
  4. How much will this cost?   And what if we do not have the financial resources to make necessary changes?
  5. What do I do if I operate in more than one state/country?
  6. How should I go about identifying causes for pay inequities?
  7. How transparent should I be in the communication of these programs to managers and employees?
  8. Do I have to do these analyses every year?  How do I know if we are making progress?

And we’ll have plenty of time for your questions as well.  



Presenters:

Tom Flannery is a Senior Client Partner for Korn Ferry Hay Group Executive Pay & Governance practice, based in the firm’s Boston office.


For more than 30 years, Mr. Flannery has assisted not-for-profit, healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, governmental, and services industries to improve their relationships with their executive, faculty, and employees. He has guided executive, physician, faculty, and employee compensation and benefits reviews as well as organizational issues including succession and development, performance management, organizational design, and human resources best practice.


For more than 20 years Lilly Lin has been in the  Human Resource Consultancy business  providing expertise in Leadership  Assessment, Employee Selection, and  Executive Assessment and Development.Lilly specializes in identifying core business  issues, and then providing sound HR  strategies that both resolve issues and deliver  the greatest return on investment. Lilly is highly skilled in turning complexity into  clarity. Through multiple client conversations  with Fortune 500 companies and on-going  dialogue, she presents solutions to complex  business issues. Clients have peace of mind  knowing that the strategies and solutions they  choose will be the right ones for their  organization and align with their strategic  initiatives.


Tom McMullen is a Senior Client Partner based in Korn Ferry’s Chicago office. Mr. McMullen has worked with organizations in a broad range of engagements over the past two decades in a number of industries, including restaurants, retail, consumer products, education, healthcare, life sciences, financial services, government, not for profit, and manufacturing. 
Mr. McMullen has been quoted widely in the media around the world and he is a leading national speaker on reward and human resource issues. He recently authored articles that include Differentiating Pay without Performance Ratings (Workspan), Three Secrets to Finding and Keeping the Best Millenial Employees (Chief Executive), Rewarding Great Ideas: Can Incentives Encourage Organizational Innovation? (WorldatWork Journal), Global Trends in Pay for Performance (Journal of Compensation and Benefits), The Talent Management Handbook (McGraw-Hill)

  

Cost: 

Members - FREE

Non-Members: $80 

 

CEU Credits:

This program has been applied for 1.0 General Credit Hours.

 

 

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