FAIR PAY MANAGEMENT CIRCLE
Discussions around business
Our aim is the practical implementation of pay equity in our daily work. But what makes a sustainable pay strategy successful, and is it ultimately effective? What are the effects of transparency on companies and employees? Do we need more or fewer statutory provisions? And what demands are made on companies, on politics, and where do these two intersect?
The challenges inherent to daily work require concrete solutions and practical measures. In order to develop new ideas and sound out innovative potential, we bring all the actors in the labor market to the table, extending invitations to experts and decision-makers from the fields of industry, commerce, academia, and politics to share their views with the broader goal of triggering new debates including controversial ones.
Fair pay as business practice
Each Fair Pay Management Circle focuses on a different topic; for example, “Implementation of the law on transparency of pay,” “Fair pay as employer branding,” or “Equality from the corporate perspective.” Brief keynote introductions provide input for the discussion and constructive exchange, which take place on neutral ground and are not made public. Participation is by invitation only.
Fair Pay Management Circle: Paving the way with transparency
27 June 2019, SAP Walldorf
Fair Pay Management Circle: Change in corporate cultures
16 April 2019, Allianz, Hamburg
Fair Pay Management Circle: Strategies for business practice
19 March 2019, Ernest & Young, Berlin
Fair Pay Management Circle: Wage transparency – from law-making to implementation
13 December 2018, Federal Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women, and Youth, Berlin
Fair Pay Management Circle: Fair pay in public-sector companies
28 January 2019, Berlin
Fair Pay Management Circle: Equality from the corporate perspective
7 August 2018, thyssenkrupp Quartier Essen
Fair Pay Management Circle: Certifications
21 June 2018, SAP Walldorf
Fair Pay Management Circle: Implementation of the law on transparency of pay
22 November 2017, Federal Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women, and Youth, Berlin
Fair Pay Management Circle at SAP
Transparency at the touch of a button: In SAP SE’s futuristic digital boardroom, experts and decision-makers took a very close look at the state of affairs ...
BEST PRACTICE WANTED
We are firmly convinced that pay equity could be possible tomorrow – if everyone wanted it. That is demonstrated by those companies where things are already fair(er).
FPI - What we do
Why does the gender pay gap prove so intractable? What is standing in the way of fair pay for all? What do companies need to do in order to put sustainable pay strategies into practice?