Pay equity can be hard. We make it easy.
Parity Software has demystified the equal pay process – turning complexity into automated simplicity – so you can rest assured that your employees are earning compensation that is internally equitable.
Companies that create equitable workplaces retain employees who feel respected, valued, inspired, motivated and encouraged to reach their full potential.
Let us help you create transparency and build employee trust and allegiance. We’ll ensure your company is poised with the equity-centric mindset needed to become an employer of choice, enhance retention, and boost productivity.
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Automated banding and generation of printable job descriptions.
Full pay equity analysis, including worksheets and demographic reporting.
Coming in late 2021!
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