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The Important Role of Data, Analytics, and Technology in Achieving Pay Equity
With the 2022 year coming to a close, we reflect on the many successes made to improve the workplace. One initiative, in particular, claimed its stake in the ground this year – fair pay. As Josh Bersin and team shared in their 2022 predictions, pay equity is indeed one of the key differentiators for attracting and retaining talent.

Organizations are finally focusing on pay equity, whether it be because they recognize the immense value it has in improving business performance or simply comply with increasing pay equity-related legislation, the fact remains that it is being embraced.

As organizations become more accustomed to making compensation more transparent, they must give special attention to the data, analytics, and technology powering their fair pay initiatives. Employers committed to fostering an equitable workplace will need to prove it and a pay equity audit is one of the best ways to begin this process.

Join Senior Vice President of Research at The Josh Bersin Company, Kathi Enderes, Ph.D. and Trusaic’s Chief of Data Science, Mark Dwyer, Ph.D. for a discussion on the state of pay equity, including new insights identified in our joint research report, The Important Role of Data, Analytics, and Technology in Pay Equity. Together, Kathi and Mark will make clear the distinction between pay gaps and pay disparities, as well as review the underlying data powering these important concepts. In addition to explaining how a pay equity audit is conducted, Kathi and Mark will explore the role of technology in facilitating pay equity audits and discuss organizational challenges and success stories with achieving pay equity.

Dec 7, 2022 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Kathi Enderes
Senior Vice President of Research @The Josh Bersin Company
Kathi is the Senior Vice President of Research at The Josh Bersin Company, leading and developing research-based insights for all areas of HR, Learning, Talent, and HR Technology. Kathi has more than 20 years global experience from management consulting with IBM, PwC, and EY, and as a talent leader at McKesson and Kaiser Permanente. Most recently, Kathi led talent and workforce research at Deloitte. She is a frequent keynote speaker, author, and thought leader. Originally from Austria, Kathi has worked in Vienna, London and Spain and now lives in San Francisco. Her passion is to make work better and more meaningful. Kathi holds a doctoral degree in mathematics and a master’s degree in mathematics from the University of Vienna, Austria.
Mark Dwyer
Chief of Data Science @Trusaic
Mark is responsible for evolving Trusaic’s analytics regarding pay, diversity, and data consolidation processes as the company continues to scale its robust data and analytic solutions. He brings over two decades of experience in statistical analysis to Trusaic. Mark earned a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Rochester, an M.A. in Finance from The Wharton School, and a B.A. in Physics from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the American Economic Association and the Econometric Society.