Analyzing Compensation For Equity And Risk

Seminar: ID# 1273586


Day 1
8:00 a.m.
Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:30 a.m.
Overview of the Legal Framework
Theories of Compensation Discrimination
"Bottom Line" Statistical Comparisons
Key Legal Principles in Evaluating Statistical Analysis
Overview of the Statistical Methodologies
Means and Medians
Tests of Statistical Significance
Regression Analysis
Cohort Analysis
Determining Appropriate Compensation Analysis
Types of Compensation
Factors That Influence Compensation
Determining Units of Analysis
Setting Up the Analysis
Training Exercise #1, (What Compensation Analyses Will You Conduct?)
What Analysis Will OFCCP Conduct?
Equal Opportunity Survey
Training Exercise #2, (Evaluating Data Collected in Response to the Equal Opportunity Survey)
Scheduling Letter
Training Exercise #3, (Evaluating Data Submitted in Response to Scheduling Letter Itemized Listing Paragraph 11)
OFCCP Methodologies
Training Exercise #4, (Evaluating an OFCCP Notice of Violations)
5:00 p.m.
*There will be a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon and lunch served between 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.

*Please Note: This course uses the EEAC Comp Auditor® as a training aid. The Comp Auditor® is a software product developed by EEAC that is designed to assist in conducting a compensation self-analysis.

Day 2
8:00 a.m.
Continental Breakfast
8:30 a.m.
Compensation Analysis —Medians vs. Means
Training Exercise #5 (Introduction to OFCCP’s Group Means and Medians Analysis)
OFCCP—Accepting Statistical Significance
Training Exercise #6 (What Happens if the “t-Statistic” Shows Statistical Significance?)
OFCCP—Conducting Regression Analysis
Training Exercise #7 (Interpreting Regression Analyses)
Converting to Nonstatistical Analysis—Cohort Analysis
Training Exercise #8 (Conducting and Interpreting Cohort Analysis)
Compliance Evaluation Strategies
Selecting the Team
Paragraph 11 Response
Proactive or Reactive Strategy
Documenting Compensation Analysis for the Company’s Affirmative Action Plan
Pay Adjustments
Defenses Justifying Pay Differences
Presenting Results of Self-Analysis
Application of the Statistical Methodologies
Demonstration of Means and Medians
Demonstration of t-Tests for Statistical Significance
Demonstration of Regression Analysis
Demonstration of Cohort Analysis
1:00 p.m.
*There will be a 15-minute break in the morning.
The preceding is a proposed agenda. EEAC reserves the right to update and revise the agenda based on changing laws, regulations, and issues.
Analyzing Compensation For Equity And Risk
Metropolitan Area:
Washington, DC
Center for Workplace Compliance
1501 M St. NW Suite 1000
10/27/2021 (See Course Description)
Qty: 5755 North Point Parkway, Suite 227 | Alpharetta, GA 30022 | 770-410-1219 |
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