Join us for a discussion of emerging international trends and legal requirements and tips on conducting a global pay equity analysis.
Pay Equity Legal Considerations for Multinationals
Pressure from the courts, federal and state agencies, external stakeholders and employees coupled with conflicting federal and state laws can be overwhelming for any employer. Global companies face an additional challenge – complying with the growing number of conflicting international laws. In addition to non-discrimination requirements, European countries are increasingly implementing new reporting and transparency requirements. Presenters will provide interactive exercises in the form of multiple-choice questions. Join us for a discussion of emerging international trends and legal requirements and tips on conducting a global pay equity analysis.
In this session, you will:
- Advance your understanding of international pay equity reporting obligations
- Gain a base line understanding of the complexities of legal compliance with global non-discrimination laws
- Walk away with a strategy for approaching a global pay equity analysis
- Be able to more effectively work with counsel and statistical experts to develop a global approach to pay equity
- Get comfortable with relevant legal terminology so that you can be an active participant in discussions with in-house and outside counsel.
Shareholder & Pay Equity Practice Group Leader
Mickey is a Shareholder with Fortney & Scott, LLC and Chair of the firm's Affirmative Action & Pay Equity Practice Group. For more than 20 years, Mickey has represented management in all areas of employment law, specializing in pay equity, OFCCP compliance and audit defense, affirmative action and EEO, and diversity and inclusion.
Mickey is recognized as a national expert in the areas of pay equity and systemic pay discrimination. He works closely with clients and a team of statisticians to prepare pay equity analyses both on a proactive basis and also in response to OFCCP and EEOC pay investigations and private pay litigation. Mickey regularly defends employers against claims of systemic pay discrimination. He also advises clients on pay system design and administration to identify and address often subtle or hidden barriers to pay equity.
Consuela A. Pinto is a Shareholder at Fortney & Scott where she advises clients on the full range of equal employment opportunity laws with a particular focus on compliance with workplace laws and regulations, federal government investigations, pattern and practice systemic claims, and compliance with federal contractors' affirmative action and non-discrimination obligations. Her extensive experience and expertise in the employment field is the result of practicing in both the private and government sectors for more than twenty years.
Most recently, Ms Pinto was a senior attorney at the U.S. Department of Labor in the National Office of the Solicitor where she was the Deputy Associate Solicitor in the Civil Rights and Labor Management Division. In her position at the Labor Department, Ms. Pinto advised DOL agencies on a wide range of regulatory, policy, and enforcement issues impacting a cross-section of workers, and Ms Pinto also had significant managerial responsibilities. One of her and the Office of the Solicitor on enforcement matters related to federal contractors' equal employment opportunity obligations.
Please note: You’re encouraged to not miss the live session as this event does not include complimentary access to a playback of the on-demand event. Access to the live event is limited to the first 1000 participants, so be sure to log on up to 15 minutes prior to the event start time. If you miss the live event, it will become available for on-demand purchase 30 days after the event date.