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Creating Pay Transparency in the Workplace

Creating Pay Transparency in the Workplace

Back by popular demand, PayScale and BambooHR talk about pay transparency in the workplace:

Do the words “pay transparency” make you nervous? You don't have to publish every employee’s salary publicly to have pay transparency. It’s about fairness of pay, openly communicating about pay with employees, and helping them understand the importance of maintaining and improving their performance. Join PayScale and BambooHR as we take a look at the different stages of pay transparency and how you can implement them into your workplace to encourage productivity and improvement.

  • What pay transparency in the workplace looks like
  • The advantages and disadvantages of pay transparency
  • How you can use pay transparency to encourage improvement and productivity
  • What actions you can take today to make it part of your culture
About the speakers
Mykkah Herner

CCP, Payscale

Mykkah Herner, M.A., CCP, is Head of Professional Services at PayScale and has over ten years of HR experience. His team has helped numerous organizations including GoDaddy, Overstock.com, Goodwill Industries, and Perry Ellis to develop compensation philosophies and implement strategies. Mykkah specializes in linking performance with compensation, change management, process improvement, and developing HR policies and procedures.

Rusty Lindquist

VP of Thought Leadership at BambooHR

Rusty is the Vice President of Strategic HR Insights at BambooHR, where he studies the intersection of organizational behavior, business, and HR strategy. Before that, he spent 18 years as head of product in technology companies in the learning and development, and technology industries. Rusty is also a writer and public speaker, focused on human performance engineering.

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