[Virtual] Equitable Employee Benefits: Ensuring Pay Equity, Access, and Opportunity

Wednesday, May 26, 2021
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Employees today face unique experiences and challenges, many of which continue to evolve due to the pandemic. As a result, ensuring the physical, emotional, and financial well-being of your staff is vital to creating a stable workplace. With more employers looking to their total rewards programs — which impact pay, health benefits, and opportunities for career development — to better support their employees’ needs, many are taking an even closer look at making sure benefits are equitable and fair.

About 55% of companies around the world report that DEI significantly impacts the design of their total rewards programs, and companies in our region are following suit, prioritizing considerations like the different needs of particular ethnic groups, working parents, and more, when deciding their employee benefits. Hear from regional employers implementing equitable systems tailored to their workforce and gain a better understanding of how equitable total rewards fit into your diversity and inclusion framework.

Speakers to Date:
Fran Coady,
Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Day & Zimmermann
Dr. Lonie Haynes
DL.P, MSc., M.P.A., ACHE, Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, AmerisourceBergen
Chelsea Gamber, Communication and Change Management Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
Rachael McCann, Senior Director and North American Health & Benefits Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) Practice leader, Willis Towers Watson

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Contact Brittany Moore at bmoore@chamberphl.com


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“It is a big step for an organization to decide to embrace DEI, but the next big step of actually achieving progress toward these goals can be aided by professional development programs.” Read more from @EisnerAmper’s Katharina Casey: https://t.co/QmVJEpUhst #DiversityPHL

Next week: Discover how our region’s business, civic, and government entities can come together to intentionally support small, Black-, and brown-owned businesses beyond monetary investment. https://t.co/Am6dGLtGAf #PhillyRoadmap

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