Perceptions of what it means to be a fair-pay workplace is an important driver of employee satisfaction, especially for today’s workforce that’s increasingly focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. It’s also increasingly challenging for employers to keep pace with the growing patchwork of pay transparency laws taking hold across the country.
How can organizations respond? Our speakers discuss:
About our speakers
Debra Andrianopoulos is a Principal in Buck’s Engagement practice with more than 20 years of experience in employee communications. Debra enjoys helping clients deliver results-driven communication campaigns using a blend of traditional and new media to reach all generations.
Laurie DuChateau is a Principal and leads Buck’s Compliance Consulting practice with responsibility for cross-practice compliance consulting, publications, research, and training. As an attorney with more than 25 years of experience in employee benefits law, Laurie has consulted with clients on a broad spectrum of retirement, health, and welfare plan compliance issues.
Tom Wardrip is a Managing Director with Gallagher’s Human Resources & Compensation Consulting practice. Tom has comprehensive management experience in the service and health care managed services industries and specializes in compression analysis that focuses on equity in pay systems. Tom has presented on Developing Compensation Programs During Increased Minimum Wage Pressure, and has authored whitepapers on the topic.