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The Equity Playbook that will Pay Off for Your Business

  • 18 Oct 2019
  • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
  • The Yale Club, Saybrook Room (18th Floor); 50 Vanderbilt Ave, New York, NY 10017


  • Non-member guest fee is $70.00
  • No fee for active NYCA members or substitute. The guest fee is $70.00, payable in advance.

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(Please Note: This presentation was formerly listed under the title, "How to Promote Pay Equity When You Don't Know Where to Start". The content has not changed.)

With increasing media attention and global regulations around the gender pay gap, it’s no surprise that employees know and care—a lot—about pay equity. In fact, a recent beqom survey of 1,600 enterprise workers found that a remarkable 73% of respondents believe there should be a national law mandating companies to disclose gender pay gap figures.

While nearly all large organizations now say they are working to close the gender pay gap and increase diversity in their workforces, these steps are not seen as effective by their employees and, in many cases, are not seen at all. But there may be one action that's even more important to your employees than success in closing pay gaps. . .

In this session, beqom’s Tanya Jansen will share best practices from her decade of experience helping globally recognized enterprises develop fair, transparent, and customizable rewards packages. Learn what your employees think about efforts to improve the gender pay gap, how much pay gap transparency and equality efforts really affect employee loyalty and retention, and which employer actions are valued most by workers.

Tanya Jansen is Chief Marketing Officer at beqom, where she helps drive innovation and a new way of looking at inequality through data. Making the link between you and beqom's platform is at the heart of Tanya Jansen's day to day activities. Coming from SAP, Tanya spent the last 10 years defining and communicating enterprise solutions to large companies worldwide.

She graduated from the University of Kansas with her B.A. in International Business and East Asian Languages and Cultures in 2003.

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