Closing the gender wage gap is a key priority for many organizations—for reasons that go far beyond fairness. Research shows that gender-diverse companies are more likely to outperform than their less diverse peers, and establishing an equitable pay policy is an important step forward. Gender diversity—or lack thereof—can affect employer brand, and proposed changes to U.S. pay equity legislation are also driving urgency.
But in spite of considerable attention from both government and business, the wage gap has only improved by 8% in the last 20 years. What’s slowing down progress, and what can employers do about it?
In this webcast, workforce intelligence expert Josie Sutcliffe will review findings from a new study based on workforce data from large U.S. employers. In the webcast, you’ll get:
Insights into why the gender wage gap really exists—and why equal work for equal pay alone won’t close the gap
Answers to key gender-equity questions about promotion rates, resignation rates, and compensation
Recommended ways for employers to increase pay equity
Join us to discover how you can use workforce intelligence to increase the chances of meeting your gender equity goals and create a long-term strategy for success.
“Bad” and “hire” are two words recruiters never want to hear said together. Not only can it undermine trust in the recruitment process, but it’s also a very costly problem. The average cost of a poor hiring decision can equal 30% of the individual’s first-year potential earnings -- not just from the turnover, but also lower productivity, a damaged employer brand, lower employee engagement, and higher manager time spent on mitigating underperformance.
The data-driven HR mindset has been slow to grow within organizations beyond HR analysts. Given its importance, how can you extend the mindset to bring value to the entire HR team and the organization?
Case Study | Source: Visier
| Published:June 16, 2016
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