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No. 5 Designing the Pay Equity Policy of the Future
- Mar 1, 2021 1:41 pm GMT
Previous entries in this series:
- No. 3 Designing the Pay Equity Policy of the Future
- No. 4 Designing the Pay Equity Policy of the Future
Our pay equity discourse has focused on the various stages of the analysis process and has produced numerous insights into pay equity – namely audits, legal liability, solutions, and the choice between do-it-yourself pay equity software versus guided do it for me solutions. In theme 5 our executive panelists who are tackling the hot topic of pay equity, focus on utilizing the findings of an audit.
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