Episode 16: When and How to Talk About Pay Equity with Everyone Who’s Asking

October 26, 2021 | 9 am PT / 12 pm ET


What's more frightening than unlawful pay disparities? Talking about them. But there are advantages to sharing your commitments, progress, and even failures, too. And with investors, employees, and the public asking hard questions about fair pay and ethical practices at your organization, now is the time to get your pay equity story straight — including who to tell what, when, and how.

Our panel of pay equity experts and communications gurus will walk through real-world examples of how they’re talking about pay equity — and their advice for other companies looking to be more transparent.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • The new standards for pay equity communications — including trainings, certification, and more — and what to do to prepare for more transparency
  • Specific communications strategies optimized for each of your audiences
  • Results leading brands have seen from increased pay transparency

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




Anissa LindgrenAnissa Lindgren

Director of Compensation, Benefits & Talent Analytics at Sellen Construction

With 15 years of experience in compensation and HR, Anissa delivers clear strategies and processes to provide competitive, equitable, and valued compensation and benefits programs aligned with Sellen's compensation philosophy. She partners with HR leadership to identify, develop, and implement talent analytics that inform workforce planning, people engagement, and performance management objectives.


Devin EngelDevin Engel

Head of Total Rewards at Databricks

Devin is the head of total rewards at Databricks, a data and AI company, based out of San Francisco. She leads the company's global compensation, benefits and people analytics functions. Her focus on the future of HR and total rewards have driven her to make a meaningful impact on how organizations think about the company's future, their people and how to create a foundation of trust and transparency.