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The discussion around pay equity is hotter than ever, fueled by legislation and public debate. Pay equity refers to paying employees equal for equal job done, regardless of gender and ethnicity.

Event details of Pay Equity and the Gender Pay Gap: Good intentions but failing in practice – Solutions from Workforce Analytics
Date 13 December 2018
Time 12:15 -13:15
Money jar

Whilst the intention is clear, most companies give their own interpretation to the methods and calculations. With a simple example, Dirk Jonker will demonstrate that same data may leads to contradictory conclusions. The commonly used (regression) techniques try to prove systematic pay bias in pay but they are often so complex that results can hardly be explained - and interventions stay out. The existing techniques also focus too much on just salary and bonus and miss the bigger picture.

Dirk Jonker presents a novel approach that is based on the belief that pay equity is a result of a series of manager decisions: from job selection, to performance reviews, salary increases and promotions. In a 9 fold root cause analysis model, the model explains how pay inequity often starts already early in a career and grows over time.

Practical matters:

AIAS lunch seminar: December 13th 2018
12.15 - 13.15 hrs

Room REC A7.23,
Nieuwe Achtergracht 166, Amsterdam
(new location!)