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Nike Gives Raises to Increase Pay Equity

Nike Gives Raises to Increase Pay Equity

More than 7,000 employees at Nike are going to see their check get a little bigger. The athletic-wear company has announced it will raise salaries for those employees and change the way it awards annual bonus to its staff. All of this is an attempt to better pay equity within the company.

Earlier this year, Nike conducted an internal review of its pay practices. Based on the results, company leaders decided to award salary adjustments to about......

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Getting Ready for Generation Z

Getting Ready for Generation Z

Generation Z, or the iGen generation, is moving into the workforce. There are already 67 million of them with 17 million in the workforce, and as more of them get jobs, the more changes can be expected. But what changes must be made as iGen makes its way into the workforce now and over the next 15 years? 

The Rise of Generation Z: What HR Should Know

The Rise of Generation Z: What HR Should Know

The Rise of Generation Z has come. This generation is earnest, hardworking and traditional but favors liberal views on race, gender, identity and more.  Socially and technologically empowered, companies who ignore this run the risk of being ignored. Those who embrace it will gain the generation’s loyalty. 

In this article we explore what HR should know about Generation Z specifically looking at what defines the generation.

Gen Z in the Workplace

Gen Z in the Workplace

While millennials are currently the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, it’s Generation Z that will be filling internships and entry-level roles for years to come. To find out what Gen Z actually cares about in a career, RippleMatch analyzed tens of thousands of student profiles and discovered how companies can effectively appeal to Gen Z. Fill out the form to learn more or email enquiryipqc@iqpc.com for a copy sent to your inbox. 

Future Workforce: Compensation and Benefits Official Event Packet

Join us May 20-21 in Austin, TX for The Future Workforce: Compensation & Benefits Summit. Learn from real-life case studies and senior thought leaders on how to boost engagement and productivity and enhance the Employee Value Proposition by solving two of the key challenges facing organizations today: Achieving Pay Equity and Engaging a Multigenerational Workforce. 

The Seven Key Themes Shaping the Event:

  • Navigating the Evolving Pay Equity Legal and Regulatory Landscape
  • Identifying and Analyzing Your Pay Gaps and Making Corrective Adjustments 
  • Tackling the Root Causes of Pay Disparities in Your Organization
  • Transparency and Communication: How – and How Much – to Talk About Pay
  • Engaging a Multigenerational Workforce with Compensation and Benefits
  • Traditional and Emerging Benefits: Finding the Right Balance
  • Benefits Communication and Delivery in a Mobile-First World
Fill out the form to take a look at the official agenda or email enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com for a copy sent to your inbox. 

Closing Your Organization’s Pay Gaps: A 5-Step Plan

Closing Your Organization’s Pay Gaps: A 5-Step Plan

A powerful mix of social, political, and demographic forces has launched pay equity to the top of the corporate agenda in the US and abroad, with businesses under growing pressure to ensure they pay employees fairly and without regard to gender or race. As a result, the US federal government has ramped up pay equity enforcement; a number of states, including California, New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts, have strengthened their pay equity laws; activist shareholders are pushing publicly traded companies to identify and eliminate pay gaps; and several countries, including the UK, are requiring companies to publicly disclose their pay information.

All of which has sharply raised the stakes for businesses that fail to pay equitably. Companies today are far more vulnerable to pay-related complaints and enforcement penalties, and equal pay litigation is on the rise, with multi-million dollar settlements increasingly common. Companies exposed as having unfair pay practices risk tarnishing their consumer brand and hurting their ability to attract and retain talent

Fortunately, there are certain steps any organization can take to effectively assess where they stand on pay equity and to close gaps. Download this piece to obtain in-depth guidance on how to identify, analyze, and fix pay gaps by:

  • Assessing and clarifying your organization’s existing approach to pay
  • Proactively auditing pay systems to identify pay gaps
  • Creating a high impact communications plan to define how — and how much — you will talk about your findings and strategies
  • Fixing individual “point-in-time” pay gaps
  • Creating a strategy for sustainable, long-term change


Pay Equity Laws By State

Pay Equity Laws By State

In 1963, the federal government implemented the Equal Pay Act with the intention of abolishing wage disparity based on sex. Since then, 42 states have expanded upon that law to further protect women and other protected classes from wage discrimination. 

However, not all state-level pay equity laws are created equal. While states like California, New York, Maryland and Massachusetts have some of the strictest equal pay laws in the country, many states, such as Arizona and Florida, have only minimal protections. 

Click through our interactive presentation to learn more about the equal pay laws in each state.  Only interested in learning about a particular state? Simply click on the state itself to view it's stance on equal pay.

How to Balance Total Rewards Expectations for Different Generations

How to Balance Total Rewards Expectations for Different Generations

With five different generations in the workforce, it can be challenging to understand and balance their diverse expectations when it comes to total rewards. These rewards include everything an employee values in the work relationship, including compensation, benefits, work/life balance, performance management, coaching, job satisfaction, and motivation. To address the needs of different generations in the workforce, you first need to define them as individual groups and understand their typical expectations.

In partnership with Total Rewards Solutions Blog, this article takes a look at how to balance total rewards for different generations. Download this article to learn more or email enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com for a copy sent to your inbox. 

As "Quits" rise, Fair Pay Practices become More Important

As "Quits" rise, Fair Pay Practices become More Important

As employee “quits” reach high levels in a strong economy while gender pay equity issues come to the forefront, employers are finally getting serious about their fair pay practices. In collaboration with Total Rewards Solutions Blog,  this article talks about the importance of fair pay practices. Download the article to learn more or email enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com for a copy sent to your inbox.