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Legal Issues: Pay Equity is "Comp"licated

  • 02/22/2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Merket Alumni Center

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Guest Speaker: Michelle Duncan

    Michelle Duncan is a Principal in the Denver, Colorado office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Michelle is a member of the Affirmative Action Compliance and OFCCP Defense Practice Group and the Pay Equity Resource Group. Michelle focuses her practice on representing employers in affirmative action and employment discrimination matters before OFCCP. Since joining Jackson Lewis, Michelle has assisted employers in numerous OFCCP audits and complaint investigations throughout the country. 

Michelle also regularly counsels clients on the design and implementation of company-wide AAP structures, applicant tracking systems, pre-employment tests and other compliance issues. She counsels clients on pay equity issues and directs pay equity analyses for employers in many industries including higher education.

Michelle joined the firm after working for nearly fourteen years as a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Solicitor. During her tenure with the U.S. Department of Labor, Michelle was widely regarded as a leading expert on OFCCP litigation. She litigated numerous OFCCP cases and provided ongoing counsel to high-level OFCCP officials.Michelle offers unique insights into the inner-workings of OFCCP and the Solicitor’s Office as well as what she is seeing in audits today.  

Pay Equity is "Comp"licated

When it comes to pay, federal enforcement efforts and proactive self-audits are just two pieces of the puzzle. Many states and cities are enacting new and varied laws to aggressively attack the "pay gap." This patchwork of differing and often contrasting requirements poses a growing challenge for employers – multi-state employers in particular. Employers must stay ahead of pay equity developments, develop a strategy for complying with the many new laws and design policies that achieve corporate consistency. Join us as we tie these developments together and chart the path ahead.

 

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