HRA Webinar- Equitable Wage & Compensation
May 18 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Building Your Equitable Wage & Pay Compensation Program
DATE: Wednesday, May 18, 2022
TIME: 11:00am-12:00pm PT
LOCATION: Virtual via Zoom
Did you know that 49 of 50 states have enacted their own Equal Pay Act mandates since the federal law went into effect in 1963? For example, in Oregon, the Equal Pay Act went into effect in 2019 which states that every worker must receive equal pay for equal work and employees must be paid the same amount as other people doing comparable work (including wages, bonuses, benefits, and more).
The burden is on the employer to show how pay decisions are made under this law. It’s a good thing but requires detailed work to ensure our wage and compensation programs are clear, fair, defensible, and let’s not forget attractive and competitive to retain our top-notch talent. Phew!
Join HR Annie Consulting’s owner, Cindy Free, and Senior HR Consultant, Heather Wall, for this jam-packed 60-minute webinar as they share an overview of tools and strategies to build an equitable wage & compensation program, and how we can support this critical work.
Here are a few of the items they will cover during this session:
Assessing your company’s pay philosophy, including the total compensation package you offer
Determining the skills and experience needed to fulfill the functions of the jobs within the company
How to source the current costs in the labor market for the positions
Equity balance between each job or job category
The financial ability of the company to pay for the jobs
The ease of updating the structure over time
Determining if you can do this internally or the benefits of bringing in a consultant to do this work
Can’t make the session date? A limited (7-day) recording link will be sent to all registered participants post-session.
PRICE: $35 per registrant*
Eligible for 1 hour each of SHRM and HRCI credits!
*We will donate $10 from every registration to the Cat Adoption Team, the largest cat shelter in the PNW, chosen by Heather Wall.