Posts Tagged ‘Pay Equity’

Beware the Two-Step Process of Measuring Pay Disparities

Beware the Two-Step Process of Measuring Pay Disparities

Companies should be wary of any pay equity analysis that offers to look at wage disparities after controlling for legitimate business factors. The term “after” is open to interpretation, but a defensible, reliable pay equity assessment must measure wage disparities in a full model — one that also measures the effects of legitimate business factors…

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Clean Data Essential for Reliable Data Analysis

Clean Data Essential for Reliable Data Analysis

How much confidence can you place in the conclusions of your data analysis? For regulatory compliance actions, the cost of errors can involve fines, lawsuits, and damage to the brand. When being wrong involves significant costs, it is important to consider ways in which errors in the underlying data could be undermining your results. Many…

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Data Quality is Critical to Addressing Pay Equity Issues. Just Ask Uber.

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A recent report by the National Bureau of Economic Research into pay differences between men and women Uber drivers demonstrated how having the right type and amount of data can lead to helpful research findings. National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to conducting economic research and to disseminating…

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Data: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Data: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Data analysis informs our daily business decisions, but that analysis is only as good as the data supporting it. Organizations should invest in ensuring that their decision-making is based on accurate information. As data analysis is becoming increasingly sophisticated, machine learning is becoming a sought after technology. Organizations that haven’t already incorporated machine learning predictions…

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Should Your HR Data Live in The Cloud?

Move Your HR Data to The Cloud. Here’s Why.

2 minute read: At its inception, cloud storage felt like an esoteric concept. Information was stored in some abstract space and pulled when needed. However, confidence in the cloud has grown as more companies have become comfortable with the technology. Yet, concerns continue to linger. Some feel that private information can somehow be pulled and…

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