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OnDemand Course: The Face of Compensation

The Face of Compensation

Understand the ever-changing landscape of employee compensation and how a pay audit can help identify and mitigate risks to the employer.Creating employee compensation packages is complex because it is shaped by federal...

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      • AZ CLE - 1.5
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      • HI CLE - 1.5
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      OnDemand Course: How to Conduct Pay Equity Audits

      How to Conduct Pay Equity Audits

      Learn how to identify and avoid common pitfalls in a pay equity process.Equal pay is a top legal and social issue, but companies struggle with how to assess and confirm pay equity in their organizations.

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      OnDemand Course: New EEO-1 Law Updates: What You Need to Know

      New EEO-1 Law Updates: What You Need to Know

      Gain valuable insights on new EEO-1 law updates.There has been a tremendous amount of activity at the federal level regarding the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the EEO-1 Report.

      Bookstore: Proving Glass Ceiling Discrimination

      Proving Glass Ceiling Discrimination

      Proving Glass Ceiling Discrimination You believe your employer didn't promote you because of a protected characteristic - now what? The next step is to consider whether to file a complaint in court.

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