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Using Compensation Technology to Improve Comparable Worth and Equal Pay

There are a number of complicated laws and regulations that organizations must adhere to relating to comparable worth and equal pay. While compliance is important, most organizations do not have an effective way to administer these rules on an ongoing basis.

In this exclusive HRCI/SHRM training webinar, compensation expert Bruce Johanson (Principal Partner at DB Squared) will cover the key components and updates for current comparable worth and equitable pay laws. Learn the proper steps that should be included in your compliance plan, pitfalls to avoid, and how to use compensation technology to make the process easier and more effective.

During this session you will discover:

  • Key components and changes to pay equity and comparable worth laws

  • How to create a step-by-step process to ensure compensation compliance

  • Best practices for creating a defensible and equitable compensation plan structure

  • How compensation technology can make compliance easier and more effective

HRsoft, Inc. – 2200 Lucien Way, Suite 201 Maitland, FL 32751

Copyright 2017 HRsoft, Inc.
Date: Wednesday, November 15th, 2017
Time: 10am PT / 1pm EST 
Duration: 1 hour
Guest Presenter: Bruce Johanson, DB Squared

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About the Presenter

Bruce Johanson, Principal Partner
DB Squared

Bruce Johanson is a Principal Partner and Co-Owner of two Fayetteville, AR-based companies, Johanson Group, a HR/Management consulting firm and DB Squared, LLC, a HR/Compensation software company. He has been with the Johanson Group since 1986 and DB Squared, LLC since its inception in 2005. Both companies are endorsed by the Arkansas Bankers Association and the Arkansas Municipal League. Bruce has worked with client organizations in more than thirty-five states. He is a regular presenter at state and regional HR conferences.

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