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Identify, measure, and correct potential wage disparities across races/genders among similar workers based on their individual pay records.
Make adjustments quickly in response to potential discrimination problems and design an equitable Reduction-In-Force (RIF) process, including layoffs and furloughs, that is fair and less prone to litigation.
Specifically designed for federal agencies who have the obligation to file MD 715 reports to EEOC as required by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Rehabilitation Act. MD-715 is Section 508 compliant.
Provides reports for HR Professionals and Attorneys that allow them to find and potentially mitigate any issues before submitting wage and headcount data to the DFEH in California.
Choose from four statistical models
Control for explanatory variables
See the whole landscape
Drill-down to an employee
Featuring an interactive user interface, EquityPath guides users through the investigation of potential discrimination in both large aggregated groups, such as management divisions, states, and small groups, such as individual jobs in individual establishments. Users can adjust wages to correct wage disparity through a variety of build-in methods that allow for flexibility and promote maximum cost-efficiency.
Gain a huge advantage by identifying, and potentially mitigating, any issues before the EEOC or DFEH or private litigants inform you or your C-Suite of any problems.
Results based on three statistical methods discussed by EEOC
Potential problems highlighted with detailed statistical output
Easy to read results based on graphical output
Results from 490 tests per establishment are provided in our report