Episode 15: What Leaders in Pay Fairness are Doing Differently: Top Pay Equity Trends from 2021
September 29, 2021 | 9 am PT / 12 pm ET
How are other companies approaching pay equity? Are they looking at gender, race, or intersectionalities? Are they analyzing base or total compensation? What are they sharing publicly and how are they communicating to stakeholders, including employees, executives and investors? These are the questions HR and compensation professionals need to know to keep pace with rapidly changing standards and expectations.
In this webinar, you will:
- Learn how companies are analyzing different types of compensation across groups, according to new Syndio research
- Hear directly from pay equity leaders about their analysis, remediation, and communication strategies
- Discover how to use this information to prepare for pay equity demands in 2022
...and more. Fill out the form to register!
Vice President of Global Total Rewards at Micron Technology
Athar Siddiqee is Vice President of Global Total Rewards at Micron Technology, a $25 billion, 40,000-employee high-tech firm. He has extensive experience in this field, having served in Total Rewards leadership positions at companies such as Cisco, Synopsys, SanDisk, and Xilinx. A life-long Bay Area resident, Athar has a bachelor’s degree from UCLA in Mathematics/Economics and an MBA from Santa Clara University. In addition, he has taught for multiple years at WorldatWork, UC Santa Cruz-Extension, and San Jose State University.
Attorney & HR Consultant at tHRive Law & Consulting
Kate Bischoff is an overly enthusiastic, sarcastic, and opinionated management-side employment attorney and human resources professional. She works closely with management, HR folk, and technology companies to improve organizations and make it easier to recruit and retain talent through having easy-to-understand policies, easy-to-use technology, and easy-to-explain compliance initiatives. Prior to starting her own business, Kate served as the HR Officer for Consulate General Jerusalem and U.S. Embassy Lusaka, Zambia. Kate has been recognized by The New York Times, CNN.com, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Fast Company, National Public Radio, and other journalistic sources as a leading authority on harassment, technology in the workplace, and employment law.