Center For Competitive Management (C4CM) | May.31.2018
Pay transparency is much more than posting salaries on a bulletin board. In fact, the advent of #MeToo and TimesUp has sparked a growing pressure to disclose compensation information, not only at the executive-level, but at the employee-level as well.
But, what level of transparency is best? How does a company begin? What are some of the risks and rewards of pay transparency? And, what are the legal compliance issues companies must follow when revealing salary ranges and specifics?
Orrick employment partner Erin Connell and senior associate Katie Mantoan recently participated in a C4CM webinar that will help you answer these critical questions and guide you through, step-by-step, how to effectively manage pay transparency in your organization.
For more information or to access the program recording, please visit C4CM’s website.