Title VII and Pay Equity under Directive 307 –
a webinar featuring Dr. Dan Kuang presented by Compensation Connection
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
10:00 AM PDT
Under the Obama Administration, federal enforcement agencies (e.g., EEOC and OFCCP) have been tasked with responsibility of bridging the wage gap between Men/Women/Minorities and have trained their sights on pay equity discrimination. Not surprisingly, the rise in OFCCP audit activities and enforcement actions taken by both the EEOC and OFCCP has caught many companies unprepared and largely compromised. Now with the OFCCP’s release of Directive 307, the OFCCP has provided a classic roadmap on how they will investigate and enforce pay equity issues. Directive 307 is an important document. It is a culmination of nearly two decades of lessons learned and the strategies therein represent the breadth of challenges a company can expect to face in any Title VII pay equity discrimination matter. In this presentation Dr. Dan Kuang, will expose key components of Directive 307 and discuss general and current compensation analysis methods and strategies in pay equity investigations.
About Dan Kuang, Ph.D.:
Dan is Vice President of Legal and Audit Support Services with Biddle Consulting Group. He has extensive experience developing and validating tests and measures for personnel selection and performance assessment. Additionally, he has considerable experience evaluating, supporting, and challenging employment practices, procedures, and tests in the context of litigation support. His expertise in applied statistics is firmly grounded by his years of experience in high-stakes educational testing and medical health research. In his current role, his primary responsibility is to ensure that clients are in compliance with Federal guidelines and regulations, and are positioned to respond to external legal threats and challenges.
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