RCA 2018 2nd Quarter Meeting: What Companies Need to Know about a Pay Equity Analysis

  • June 06, 2018
  • 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Willow Oaks Country Club 6228 Forest Hill Avenue Richmond, VA 23225

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What Companies Need to Know about a Pay Equity Analysis - 

Christy E. Kiely, Counsel at HUNTON ANDREWS KURTH LLP

Summary: There has been a recent surge – large, and well publicized – in attention to equal pay in the workplace.  Pay equity was a top priority for President Obama, and Ivanka Trump has taken up the mantle.  The result has been a surge in attention to equal pay in the workplace.  The legal environment is ever more challenging for employers.  New federal laws continue to be proposed.  States and cities present a puzzling patchwork of laws.  Enforcement agencies and plaintiff’s lawyers have become adept at statistics.  Systemic allegations and class claims abound.  Shareholders and customers want wage gap and other disclosures to be public.  It is more important than ever to be confident in corporate pay practices and to immediately address equity issues.   This session will discuss key principles and considerations that matter to every employer when it comes to pay equity, with a particular emphasis on how to successfully conduct a privileged, proactive, analysis of pay.

Speaker Bio: Christy’s practice at HUNTON ANDREWS KURTH LLP focuses on employment law and regulatory compliance. Christy’s work focuses on pay equity analyses, affirmative action, and audit defense before the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). She also has substantial experience with employment litigation in federal and state courts, administrative practice before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and advice to business management and in-house counsel on a full range of employment issues. Christy enjoys conducting management and supervisor training on a wide range of legal and practical employment issues. She is a contributing author to the Hunton Employment & Labor Perspectives blog.


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