Despite making pledges to DE&I and improving the workforce landscape for women and minorities, companies continue to show hesitancy toward fostering conversations around pay transparency. In an effort to address long-standing pay inequities that have persisted for decades, a new batch of pay transparency measures have been put into place by multiple states across the US. Although these laws are a step in the right direction, they may not be enough to fix pay disparities. Join this lively discussion to better understand transparency legislation and what steps need to be taken in order to see real change in the push for pay equity and inclusivity.
Moderated by: Fisher Phillips
Autumn Kruse, Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Global Labor & Employment - Procter & Gamble
Emily Litzinger, Partner - Fisher Phillips
Sarah Caldwell Breslin, Senior Corporate Counsel - Infosys
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