UNIVERSAL FAIR PAY CHECK AWARDS
Awards premiere on March 17
On March 17, 2021, for the first time in the history of fair pay, companies will be awarded the UNIVERSAL FAIR PAY CHECK. Our Fair Pay Pilots include a wide variety of companies from Germany and Iceland, ranging from small businesses to medium-sized companies and DAX corporations. In addition to the pioneers from the business world, we expect many other guests from academia and politics to attend our award premiere. The guest of honor will be Federal Minister of Labour Hubertus Heil, who is the patron of the Universal Fair Pay Check in Germany and will be giving the welcoming address.
The awarding of our pilots as Fair Pay Analyst, Developer, and Leader 2021 will be accompanied by inspiring best practice insights as well as a discussion round with our Fair Pay experts.
This year, the award does neither include a red carpet nor a champagne reception – the good news: it is possible to participate without having to travel from anywhere, from the home office, the business workplace, or any other location. We therefore cordially invite all interested to join us from their screens.
The event will be held in German and English. Participation is free of charge and you can register here.
Universal Fair Pay Check: Award premiere
March 17, 12am - 2 pm (GMT+1)
- Welcoming address by Hubertus Heil, Federal Minister of Labour and Social Affairs
- Awarding of our pilots with the Universal Fair Pay Check
- Discussion with guests from business, academia, and politics
- Best practice insights from Germany and Iceland
Introduction and moderation: Henrike von Platen, CEO and founder FPI Fair Pay Innovation Lab gGmbH.
Henrike von Platen founded the FPI Fair Pay Innovation Lab in 2017 to help companies and organizations achieve fair pay. As a financial and economic expert, Henrike is a university council member, lecturer and author with one goal: fair pay for everyone.
Robert Szilinski is entrepreneur with passion for change. As an agile thought leader, he is passionate for innovations in companies and is mainly concerned with the digitalization of business models and new work.
Since 2020, Renate Wagner has been member of the Board of Management of Allianz SE and member of the Board of Management of Allianz Deutschland AG. A mathematics graduate, she is particularly characterized by her international experience and analytical skills. She is also committed to diversity and inclusion in companies. Because fair comes first.
Dr. Margrét Vilborg Bjarnadóttir is an Associate Professor of Management Science and Statistics at Robert H. Smith School of Business. Dr. Bjarnadóttir holds a B.Sc. degree in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering from the University of Iceland and a Ph.D. in Operations Research from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Florian Frank joined Willis Towers Watson in 2013 as Senior Director and Head of Talent and Rewards for Germany and Austria. Previously, the economist was Senior Manager and Principal at Oliver Wyman.
Víðir Ragnarsson is Head of Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives at Reykjavík Energy, which gained international attention with a data-driven equality strategy. Previously, the sociologist and business economist worked at the Defense Agency and for the Reykjavík Police Department.
Páll Matthíasson worked as a PhD neuroscientist and psychiatrist in public and private hospitals in England before joining Landspítali in 2007, where he served first as head physician of the psychiatric admissions ward and then as head of the psychiatric department from 2009 to 2013. Since 2013, Páll Matthíasson has been the director of Landspítali.
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