Host: Nicolaas Vermandel
Presenters: Kathryn Dooks, Wendy Van Hullebusch, Jessica Kearsey and Robert O’Hara, Ann Knuckles Mahoney (Epstein Becker Green)
More and more companies focus on pay equity for a number of motives, such as ESG, employer branding, talent attraction and increased legal scrutiny.
Organisations should be mindful of pay discrepancies that might still exist
within job bands and analyse them based on gender, race, sexual orientation and other categories protected by law as any missteps can be very damaging. What changes might your organisation still need to make? We’ll discuss:
- Key components of a pay equity audit, including the importance of conducting an audit under legal privilege.
- Latest pay equity trends.
- A global overview of evolving pay equity laws and legislation, with a focus on the US, UK and Canada.
Learn more about the pay equity audit landscape.
Andreas is Partner and joined Deloitte Legal in 2000. Andreas specializes in corporate law and mergers and acquisitions and advises internationally operating mid-size companies and multinational groups of companies. His main fields of advice include cross-border sales and acquisitions of companies, restructuring and reorganization of groups of companies. Andreas has worked closely with many multinational groups in structuring their German and European operations. He advised on a huge number of cross-border corporate structuring projects and has a profound experience in legal project management and in IP migration projects. Andreas is heading the Japan Desk of Deloitte Legal in Germany. He is member of Deutsch-Japanische Juristenvereinigung, Deutsch-Japanischer Wirtschaftskreis as well as Deutsch-Amerikanische Juristen-Vereinigung. Andreas is admitted to the bar in Germany. He studied at the University of Cologne and rendered his legal clerkship in Aachen. He speaks German and English. Office: Frankfurt
Klaus Heeke is partner at Deloitte Legal in the Düsseldorf office of the German practice and joined the firm in 2010. He is head of the employment law department in the Dusseldorf office as well as of the German service line employment law & benefits. Klaus has more than 15 years of experience in all areas of German labor law. He represents the legal interests of both domestic and international companies at court as well as out of court regarding all questions relating to individual and collective labor law. Klaus has long-standing expertise with regard to restructuring measures that are driven by employment aspects as well as support and execution of M&A transactions.
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