The bottom line is that employers still pay women and people of color less than white men for the same work.
Posts by Howard Risher:
High-performing organizations celebrate achievements throughout the year. It builds collaboration and esprit de corps, contributing to better performance.
In government, a largely unrecognized aspect of the problem is that “performance” has been addressed by two distinct groups of practitioners with minimal overlap.
Many public employers continue to rely on pay programs adopted decades ago, a time when women and minorities were rarely involved or considered in the decisions.
For far too long the HR function has had a limited, backroom role – administering HR policies and systems, keeping personnel records, enforcing employment laws, and handling problem employees.