Environmental Social and Governance (ESG)
Updated to reflect forthcoming District of Columbia pay transparency law.
XpertHR's 2023 global research report on pay equity highlighted the critical role of leaders in advancing pay equity strategy. This article discusses three key actions leaders at high-impact organizations take to design and execute on a fair pay strategy that democratizes pay, advances a people-first culture, and improves business outcomes.
Discusses the business imperative of organizations to build a healthy reputation with leaders, employees, customers and other stakeholders about environmental, social and governance issues, details the evolution of ESG over the years, and highlights the importance of HR's role in leveraging ESG as a business strategy (particularly the social component) to ensure long-term value of the organization.
Discusses the rising importance of the social (S) component in ESG strategies, HR's role in designing social agency, the business case for organizational investment in social agency, and a visual representation of the insights to actions HR leaders should take to advance the measurable business impact of S in their organizations.
Describes what ESG is, leading practices of ESG, and a scorecard for use by senior HR leaders to self-assess their organization's current state for each leading practice.
Pay equity is business critical and as important as any other C-Suite priority. However, HR and business leaders often disagree on who owns pay equity analyses and process implementation. This article discusses how organizations can build alignment to make sustainable pay equity progress.
In this 60-minute webinar, Patricia Martin, Denise Visconti and Sabina Mehmood address the complexities of attorney-client privilege and the pay equity legislative landscape, what pay transparency really means for legal risk, and best practice for a proactive approach where all stakeholders align.
XpertHR's global research report on pay equity revealed a disconnect in how leaders and employees view pay equity prioritization. This article analyzes the report's key findings and provides actionable recommendations for bridging the pay equity perception gap.
This global research study of 1,000+ senior business and HR leaders and employees identifies five key findings about the state of today's pay equity and transparency and describes how pay equity and transparency is a critical business lever, not an HR to-do. It offers five calls to action for business and HR leaders to execute to advance progress for better business and talent impact.
In this 60-minute webinar, Laci Loew and Sabina Mehmood share findings from the latest Executive Networks survey showing why pay equity and transparency are crucial to your business strategy and employer brand.
Resources related to ESG and their application to advancing human rights, equity, and fair workplace practices to improve employee attraction, engagement, productivity, and retention.
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