Dear Members and Guests,
Welcome to the Colorado Chapter of ISCEBS!
We are a group of benefit professionals in Colorado. Our organization offers educational activities and networking opportunities throughout our area. These events and programs keep us up to date with legislative news, and current trends in the employee benefits. Our programs are open to ALL with an interest in information sharing and networking. If you are not yet a member, we invite you to join.
Chapter membership can help your personal and professional growth and career advancement by demonstrating your commitment to a higher level of education and use of peer knowledge. Your Chapter participation is a great way to be recognized by your company, your community and your peers.
Get involved with our Chapter! If you're a graduate of the CEBS program, hold the GBA, RPA or CMS designation or are an active CEBS student, you can JOIN our Chapter, and the ISCEBS.
This Chapter exists for you. If you have any comments, questions, or would like to get involved in the Chapter, please let us know. We appreciate your feedback.
Laura Earley, CEBS
President of the Colorado Chapter
We are pleased to present our March event, a joint presentation with:
The Obama administration has long sought to close the gender pay gap noting that women on average make 79 cents on the dollar compared to men. The Administration has pushed this agenda down to the federal agencies, making pay discrimination among their top enforcement priorities. In a new development with sweeping implications for employers with 100 or more employees, the EEOC has now proposed requiring those employers to annually provide detailed compensation information for all employees on EEO-1 reports beginning in September 2017. The EEOC will share this data with OFCCP to determine what companies to investigate for pay discrimination. In addition, several states have implemented, or are in the process of proposing, state laws on pay equity, such as the California Fair Pay Act, to make it easier for employees to bring and win pay discrimination claims. And, despite the 79 cents national average, several employers have issued press releases they pay their employees equally, which has put pressure on other employers to be able to make these same statements and further heightened employee awareness of the pay equity issue.
||March 8, 2017
||7:15 – Registration opens
7:30-8:00 – Networking
8:00 – Buffet opens
8:15 – Association announcements
8:30 – Presentation
9:30 – Adjourn
||CEBS members $40 with promo code CEBSMarch at www.milehighshrm.org (Events) by March 5, 2017.
||Price increases to $55 on March 6.