Pay equity has been a topic of formal study and casual discussion for decades and continues to gain momentum. After all, many workers are still separated into jobs that are historically underpaid because of the gender and race of those occupying those positions. In addition, 2018 data from a Korn Ferry pay database of 1.2 million employees in 800 U.S. companies indicate a pay gap of 23.4% between the average male worker’s salary to the average female worker’s salary.
Examine records to determine whether potential disparate impact exists.
CPS HR will provide comprehensive statistical analysis to gain further insights into potential pay gaps.
CPS HR will use selected objective criteria to determine a compliant pay rate for each employee.
Keep in compliance with periodic audits to establish proactive oraganizational evaluations.