On August 6, DLA Piper hosted a program addressing Unconscious Bias and Subjective Decision Making - The Practical and Legal Ramifications.
Rachel Cowen and Margaret Keane, partners in DLA Piper's Employment practice, led the discussion with Arin Reeves of Nextions.
- The role that unconscious bias plays when employment decisions regarding pay, promotions, hiring, etc. are made thru subjective decision making, and practical tips to limit its impact
- How this type of decision making can leave companies exposed to class actions, even after Dukes, and ways to reduce your exposure
- The EEOC’s publicized strategy to pursue pattern-and-practice cases for gender discrimination in pay, and how your company can stay off its radar
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Topics: Bias, Class Action, Class Certification, Costco, Discrimination, Disparate Impact, DOJ, DOL, Dukes v Wal-Mart, EEOC, Equal Pay, Equal Pay Act, Gender Discrimination, Goldman Sachs, Hiring & Firing, Job Promotions, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Racial Discrimination, Recruitment Policies, SCOTUS, Split of Authority
Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Labor & Employment Updates
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