PayAnalytics is trusted by companies of all sizes around the world, including Fortune 100 and Fortune Global 500 companies. Our current clients include banks, insurance providers, life science and pharmaceutical companies, municipalities, institutions, energy companies, manufacturers, consultants, IT companies, retail stores and many more, ranging from under 100 employees to over 100,000. It is easy to get started and the software is currently available in seven languages.
Salary interviews became much easier after we started using PayAnalytics. Preparation for salary interviews now takes no time at all, as we always have an updated overview of all our employees that have similar job roles and duties. Our employees also know that salary decisions are made in a disciplined way and that their salary is fair compared with their colleagues' salaries.
Our experience with PayAnalytics is exceptional. The software is very user friendly and anytime we have any questions we receive answers quickly from the PayAnalytics team.
PayAnalytics is the only software that I have used that does everything that was promised and so much more.
Using the PayAnalytics solution will make our steps towards the equal pay certification easier. We can now easily keep track of our equal pay analyses, and at the same time salary decisions become better because they are always based on up-to-date data.
We were always looking in the rearview mirror by analyzing old data. When the results came in a lot had changed within the company. It was therefore unclear how we should fix this. As a result we searched for a solution that could show the situation in real time and enable us to estimate future salary decision.
With the PayAnalytics solution we can easily see the pay gap effect of new hires, raises, and employees moving into new roles. This brings discipline to each salary decision, ensuring equal pay for equal work, no matter who the employee is.
PayAnalytics is a fairness driven platform, rooted in science. PayAnalytics runs in your browser and there is no installation cost. The software is used by HR managers, compensation analysts, consultants, and executives in 75 countries for companies with anywhere from 40 to over 100,000 employees.
PayAnalytics gives tailored recommendations to close the pay gap in the fairest and most efficient manner possible. We identify which employees are causing the gender pay gap, and recommend they receive raises first. By targeting raises to where they will do the most good, we can close the gender pay gap in the fairest and least expensive manner possible.
PayAnalytics provides a statistical measurement of the gender pay gap using regression analyses. It provides visualizations of the salary distribution by gender across job roles. Combined, numerical and graphical representations of the current pay structure allows HR managers to identify drivers of gender pay gaps, find salary outliers, and find ways to bring compensation more in line with their company's strategic goals.
PayAnalytics allows companies to get a real-time picture of their pay gap and compensation structure. Rather than relying on written and static reports which are quickly outdated, PayAnalytics gives a snapshot of the current situation. PayAnalytics allows HR managers to evaluate the impact on the gender pay gap of every salary decision they make. PayAnalytics makes it easy to analyze company-wide annual raises, ad-hoc salary adjustments, and the impact of new hires, which enables companies to prevent a pay gap from re-emerging once it has been closed.
PayAnalytics is a cloud based solution - you can start using it immediately and it will not add additional burden to your IT department. Data confidentiality is a top priority for PayAnalytics and we have strict internal processes to ensure your data stays safe.
PayAnalytics is the most accurate and comprehensive pay equity analytics and insights solution on the market. Tried and tested over a decade, we’ve refined our pay equity software to empower businesses with the tools they need for effective and fair pay structures.
We've curated several resources to keep you up-to-date on the ever-changing landscape of pay equity.
The demand for equal pay across demographics (gender, ethnicity, age) has grown stronger over the past 10 years (and even the last 1-2!). This has prompted employers to pursue remedies for inequalities and biases in their orgs. But doing so means differentiating between the "adjusted" and the "unadjusted" pay gap. What sets these two pay gaps apart?
The European Parliament has approved the EU Pay Transparency Directive...now what? The directive prompts major changes in the way companies talk about their pay structures, including what info they publicly report. Member states have 3 years to transpose the directive into national legislation. This guide helps you get started.
About 25% of U.S. workers are touched by pay transparency laws in the U.S. While there’s no federal pay transparency law in the U.S., regulations at the state and city levels are quickly becoming the norm. In general, employers must disclose salary ranges to candidates; salary ranges must be disclosed to employees upon request; and job postings must include salary ranges. This comprehensive list helps you read the laws in layman's terms.
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