Compensation Disparity Studies
A number of federal laws address compensation disparity posing serious legal implications for employers and HR professionals. Whenever the subject arises, most people think about gender disparity and consistent data that shows men make more money than women. Even so, compensation discrimination occurs among other demographics: race and ethnicity, age, disability, and sexual orientation to name a few. Routine assessment of compensation practices is critical for protecting your organization from discrimination claims. Our team at the Lynch Law Firm includes a senior HR professional and an employment attorney with the expertise you need to uncover and remedy compensation inequity.
Reach out to Susan Word today to begin a conversation about assessing your compensation practices. She can help you determine if you meet federal requirements. Did you know compensation has been defined as ALL forms of remuneration, including pay, overtime, bonuses, stock options, benefits, perks? In addition, compensation inequity can be attributed to hiring, transfer, and promotion decisions. So why go it alone? At LLF, we have highly credentialed HR staff and legal experts with decades of experience to help you protect your company from costly discrimination lawsuits.