Solving Pay Equity Questions With Regression Analysis

Law360, New York (November 9, 2017, 11:34 AM EST) -- Invariably, in the initial meeting before the start of a pay equity analysis, a client will inform us that it will be impossible to do a complete analysis because there are so many soft (nonquantitative or subjective) drivers of pay. The client will volunteer that the official pay matrix is just a starting point for determining pay. At this point, the discussion can get really sidetracked or even spin downward into futility. What good is a pay analysis if there are so many factors that are unable to be captured in a statistical model? The good news is that regression analysis,...

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