FREE Webinar: Pay Equity: Recruiting, Advancing and Fairly Compensating Women in the Workplace
|Presenter: Karina Monesson – Sr. Manager, Human Insights Research & Advisory, UKG|
|Description: Gender pay inequity has been a hotly discussed topic for decades, yet there remains significant disparity in terms of how much men and women are paid. For women of color, these figures are even more disheartening, with countless additional barriers undercutting leadership, growth, and salary potential.
The pandemic has created countless new global challenges for working women, and worsened many pre-existing ones, including the gender pay gap. As a result, the World Economic Forum predict gender equality setbacks of at least a generation. With talent on the move and millions of women leaving the workforce altogether, organizations must approach talent and compensation practices in a new and evolved way—especially when it comes to underrepresented groups.
This session will review research findings and explore how organizations can achieve pay equity, advance women in the workplace, and drive meaningful change. Learn about evolving strategies for attracting, hiring, and retaining women in the workforce while ensuring equitable pay and opportunity.
In this presentation, you will learn to:
|Who should attend: HR leaders and executive.|
|Format: Live Online – Zoom Webinar
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|About the presenter:|
As Sr. Manager of Human Insights Research & Advisory, Karina Monesson helps lead UKG’s thought leadership research strategy and partners closely with business leaders to help them maximize the value of their people and technology investments. A former journalist and market researcher, Karina speaks regularly with conference and customer audiences about workforce trends and best practices and her work has been featured in Forbes, SHRM, HR Dive, HR Executive, HR Daily Advisor, and Human Resources Today. She serves on the Research Board for the Equity at Work Council and the Board of Directors for Conquer Addiction, and she is passionate about leveraging research, data, and technology to improve people’s lives and drive systemic change.