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Recorded Webinar: Pay Equity Legislation

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE LATEST LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS TO SAFEGUARD YOUR COMPANY

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View the Recorded Webinar to Learn About Pay Equity Legislation and Proposed EEO-1 Reporting

Promoting pay equity is at the forefront of employment law. The EEOC has proposed a major revision to the Employer Information Report requiring all employers with more than 100 employees to annually submit compensation data beginning in 2017. Likewise, state legislatures are hard at work cranking out strict updates to pay equity laws that clarify terminology, promote pay transparency, and protect employees from termination. With enforcement of these new changes on the rise, employers cannot afford to sit back and do nothing.

View the recording for a comprehensive discussion on the pay equity landscape, and learn how to avoid litigation and enforcement actions. In this webinar, you’ll get relevant information directly from a legal expert including:

  • Recently passed and pending legislation that expands employers’ obligations regarding equal pay for equal (or comparable) work
  • The EEOC's proposed changes to the EEO-1 pay report
  • Best practices for conducting a pay equity audit and avoiding pay equity claims

 

About the Speaker

Christine-Seyfarth-Shaw.pngChristine Hendrickson is senior counsel in the Chicago office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP, where she is a member of the firm’s Labor and Employment OFCCP Compliance, Affirmative Action & Diversity Team. 

Ms. Hendrickson assists clients of all sizes and industries in matters involving OFCCP proceedings, including audits, enforcement actions, and other litigation. Ms. Hendrickson also works with clients to revamp their personnel practices; build “best practices;” and ensure compliance with mandates impacting recruitment, hiring, promotion, compensation, performance evaluation, discipline, and termination.

In addition, Ms. Hendrickson provides strategic advice and counseling to employers on diversity programs, reductions-in-force, pay equity and employment compliance diagnostics. She also represents employers in a range of litigation matters challenging pay, promotion, hiring, and other personnel decisions.