Layoffs, job restructuring, and wage freezes no excuse for unequal pay

Contributed by Karen Davis A furniture manufacturing company blamed tough economic conditions as the reason for paying three female managers less than their male counterparts, but a federal appeals court didn’t buy it. The female managers sued under the federal Equal Pay Act (EPA), which generally requires women and men to be paid the same if […]

Seeing Through The Smokescreen

Join David Kovacovich at the NCHRA Compensation Conference, June 23rd in San Francisco, for a (what will prove to be) a lively session entitled, Trends, Best Practices and the Real World of Pay. Dave’s mission is to educate HR Pros on business strategy, individual development and the ability to scale Human Capital Management technology to measure Employee […]

Compounding Our Pay Problems

By Dan Walter, CECP, CEP – President and CEO of Performensation. Are we really doing anything? We create salary structures and write job descriptions. We organize our data and provide reports up and down the organization. We do a lot, but how much of it is making us competitive in a tight talent market? There’s the “annual […]