Episode 11: What New Pay Equity Legislation Means for Global Enterprises

May 25, 2021 | 9 am PT / 12 pm ET

Fair pay legislation drives pay decisions across global enterprises. Employers have to stay ahead of what is coming, especially with new and changing fair pay laws in the US and Western Europe. In this webinar, an expert panel will examine the most recent US Paycheck Fairness Act and Wage Equity Act, share predictions on other pay equity trends around the globe, and give employers actionable advice for how best to prepare organizations — specifically those with employees in multiple countries. 
 
Join Syndio CEO, Maria Colacurcio and our expert panel (Rebecca Springer, Partner at Crowell & Moring LLP; Ashley Hoy, Partner at Monument Advocacy Group; and Zev Eigen, Founder and Chief Data Scientist at Syndio) to discuss these most recent attempts at pay equity legislation in the US as well as emerging global trends around pay equity law that every employer should monitor.
 
You'll walk away understanding:
  • The Paycheck Fairness Act and the Wage Equity Act
  • The implications for your business and how to prepare
  • Trends and predictions for future legislation—domestic and international

...and more. Fill out the form to register!

 


 

Panelists

Rebecca SpringerRebecca Springer

Rebecca Springer currently serves as a partner in the Labor & Employment Group at Crowell & Moring, LLP. Her practice focuses on labor and employment litigation and counseling, particularly in the area of Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs ("OFCCP") compliance. Rebecca has extensive experience conducting audits of personnel practices, preparing Affirmative Action Plans, and counseling clients on affirmative action issues. She also has experience conducting statistical analyses of compensation and other personnel practices for purposes of class action litigation, OFCCP compliance audits, and employer self-audits, and frequently teams with labor economists to analyze compensation and advise clients on potential risks and proactive measures to address compensation disparities.

Rebecca has worked extensively on single-plaintiff, multi-plaintiff and class action labor and employment litigation involving allegations of race discrimination, FMLA and disability discrimination, sexual harassment, protection of trade secrets, and traditional labor law issues.

 

Ashley HoyAshley Hoy

Ashley serves as partner at Monument Advocacy Group. A seasoned former top aide in the U.S. Congress, Ashley provides political and strategic policy and process analysis to clients, especially those focused on high-profile political issues and legislative strategies. Before joining Monument in 2011, she spent over 12 years on Capitol Hill working in senior positions for leading Republicans which gave her unparalleled insights into the actions of Congress at the highest levels, and a unique experience in floor strategy, decision-making and policy development. She served as the Director of Coalitions for then-House Republican Whip Roy Blunt (R-MO) as well as the Senate Republican Conference Vice Chair’s office under Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK). Prior to serving as a senior leadership staffer, she served as Chief of Staff for former Rep. Sue Myrick (R-NC), a member of the Energy and Commerce and Rules Committees. A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, she is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and lives in Washington, D.C. 

 

Zev EigenZev Eigen

Zev is Syndio’s founder and Chief Data Scientist. Dr. Eigen has been at the forefront of cutting edge HR technology for more than a decade. He combines his uniquely overlapping areas of expertise in labor economics and employment law with deep experience in data science, predictive modeling and economic sociological research. He has authored more than a dozen scholarly articles and books and is an internationally recognized expert in these fields appearing in the media frequently (Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, NPR, Bloomberg News, Reuters, Chicago Tribune, NBC, CBS, FOX, etc.), and is a frequent speaker on HR Tech and data science and law. Dr. Eigen is invited regularly to lecture and present his work at academic institutions and professional organizations globally.

He holds a PhD from MIT, a JD from Cornell Law School and a BS from Cornell University. We can try to summarize his experience by name dropping just a few of the organizations for whom he has worked: Northwestern, Yale, NYU Law, Littler Mendelson, 20th Century Fox. Get the idea? Wicked. Smart.