As a provider of employment screening services, HireRight has worked for years to refine the process of accumulating the information employers need to make effective hiring decisions while still respecting the needs of candidates.
One area that affects the employee screening process directly is pay equity. According to the U.S. Census, the median annual pay for a woman who holds a full-time job year-round is $40,742, while the median annual pay for a man who holds a full-time, year-round job is $51,212. If an employer bases compensation on salary history, a woman may find herself chronically underpaid.
It’s safe to say 2018 will be a year characterized by change. HireRight, which has been a leader in the effort to remove salary history from screening tools, is perfectly positioned to help us figure it all out.
This #WorkTrends chat will give an overview of pay equity legislation and how it has the potential to help bring parity to our nation’s salary picture. We will touch on the information in the HireRight Pay Equity Legislation eBook and learn how pay equity changes affect the interview process too.
Join #WorkTrends host Meghan M. Biro and her guests, HireRight Chief Human Resources Officer Dawn Hirsch and Associate Counsel for Compliance Alonzo Martinez on Wednesday, November 15, 2017, at 1 pm ET as they discuss advances in pay equity and how laws are evolving in this area.
Legislation of Pay Equity
Join Meghan and HireRight guests Dawn Hirsch and Alonzo Martinez on our LIVE online podcast Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 1 pm ET | 10 am PT.
Immediately following the podcast, the team invites the TalentCulture community over to the #WorkTrends Twitter stream to continue the discussion. We encourage everyone with a Twitter account to participate as we gather for a live chat, focused on these related questions:
Q1: How will pay equity legislation lend itself to better hiring? #WorkTrends (Tweet this question)
Q2: How will eliminating questions of salary history create a more diverse workplace? #WorkTrends (Tweet this question)
Q3: What motivates employers to rely heavily on salary history information? #WorkTrends (Tweet this question)
Don’t want to wait until next Wednesday to join the conversation? You don’t have to. I invite you to check out the #WorkTrends Twitter feed and our TalentCulture World of Work Community LinkedIn group. Share your questions, ideas and opinions with our awesome community.
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