Take a look at the modern state of women in the workplace, alongside the mandate of HR and payroll to address equity in talent and compensation.
Despite decades of progress, women are still paid significantly less than men — and it’s even worse for women of color. Meanwhile, the pandemic created countless new challenges for working women and worsened many pre-existing ones, including the gender pay gap. With talent on the move and millions of women leaving the workforce altogether, HR and payroll must approach talent and compensation practices in a new and evolved way while addressing the countless barriers undercutting leadership, growth, and salary potential.
Enjoy this on-demand session replay from the December 2022 HR & Payroll eSymposium.