With Berkshire, you get more than an applicant tracking system. Our experts can help you identify problem areas, uncover adverse impact, or unsconscious bias hiding and hampering your diversity and inclusion efforts.
Every company should regulary perform pay equity analysis to ensure pay disparities don’t undermine your compensation philosophy, or your mission to be OFFCP compliant. Berkshire’s services help companies pay based on the right factors, and help to prevent inconsistent pay decisions from wreaking havoc on your desire to maintain pay equity. Our consultants use the most advanced statistical analyses accepted by the courts and other government agencies. Berkshire’s methods are based on first-hand experience with OFCCP compiance evaluations regarding pay.
Find what other companies in your industry pay for specific positions or job classes. Whether you’re looking to edge the competition, or determine a pay philosphy, a market survey is key to deciding the best approach to compensation. The results of a survey will give you greater insight into how you compare to the market.
BALANCEpay has over 50 amazing features; most impressive is its flexibility. Not only can you choose to follow federal guidelines but you can create and work within your own company-defined standards. BALANCEpay is the only compensation analysis tool on the market that conducts salary equity and factor-based pay analyses. It allows companies to get rid of cumbersome spreadsheets and enjoy the benefits of accurate and timely reporting. Contact us to learn more or view a demo of BALANCEpay.
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Establishing a base pay structure provides companies with a framework for managing compensation. Using pay grades, jobs are ranked and compensated based on where the position falls in the hierarchy. The advantages of establishing pay grades range from the ability to make quick pay decisions, to reducing the likelihood of systemic pay discrimination by focusing on the technical aspects of a job.