Coffee and networking 8:00 am - 9:00 am PT
On January 1 this year, a new law went into effect in California that requires companies with more than 15 employees to post salary ranges for open positions. This change to the legal and transparency landscape has far-reaching implications not only for how companies approach their hiring but also how they manage internal salary expectations and deal with the issues of pay equity and compensation compression challenges.
In this critical and timely session, we will explore:
How are HR leaders leading efforts to adapt to this new salary transparency landscape? What are they doing proactively to talk about pay? How are they dealing with confusion that arises between posted job ranges and actual pay?
- How are they preparing managers? How are they addressing management resistance?
- What are the unexpected positive consequences of compensation transparency?
- What are unexpected negative consequences and how are they being addressed?
- What has been the employee response?
- How are organizations addressing pay inequities that come to light?
- What are the cultural implications of pay transparency?
Join us as we talk with practitioners and compensation specialists as they manage through the turbulence of pay transparency.
Our SpeakersStacy Proctor
Executive Vice President & Chief People Officer
Stacy has served at Gritstone as the Head of People since July 2021. Prior to joining Gritstone, Ms. Proctor served in Head of Human Resources positions for companies including Energy Recovery, PARC (Palo Alto Research Center), Mizuho OSI, and ATPA (Associated Third Party Administrators). Ms. Proctor progressed through the HR tactical roles during her sixteen-year tenure with Marriott International. Ms. Proctor is an experienced HR leader with a career of extensive collaboration as a trusted partner and advisor to achieve business goals. With broad business knowledge, HR acumen, and practical professionalism she brings a deep background in designing and implementing human capital strategy with a thoughtful approach to developing both the employees and the organization to realize the full potential, aligned to the company’s mission. Ms. Proctor is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), secured her Professional in Human Resources California Certification (PHR-CA), earned an MBA from the University of Phoenix, and a BA from the University of Utah.
VP of Human Resources,
Talis Biomedical Corporation
Matthew Pepe has more than 20 years of experience in Human Resources and Talent Acquisition specializing in the Biotech industry Mr. Pepe has served as our head of Human Resources since January of 2022. Mr. Pepe joined Talis in May of 2021 as the Head of Talent Acquisition (TA). Prior to joining Talis, Mr. Pepe lead North American Talent Acquisition at Jazz Pharmaceuticals. While at Jazz Pharmaceuticals Mr. Pepe was part of the TA leadership team that drove the people engine enabling the company to almost double in size through organic growth. Earlier in his career, Mr. Pepe held various positions of increasing responsibility in the TA consulting and agency space. In these roles he helped hundreds of Pharma, Biotech, Medical Device and Diagnostics companies solve people problems and build high performing teams. Mr. Pepe earned a B.S. in Biology from Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pennsylvania.
Co-Founder and CEO
Thanh has spent the greater part of his decades-long career partnering with founders and investors on compensation and HR strategies. He is a leading expert in his field and has helped thousands of tech companies, including Airbnb, Coinbase, Figma, Lyft, Pinterest, Uber and many others. As founder and CEO of OpenComp, Thanh brings to market a solution that combines his experience with powerful data and technology to help companies get compensation right and pay employees fairly. Before OpenComp, Thanh was a partner at Connery Consulting and prior to that lead Rewards at Salesforce.com where he remained for nearly 9 years, spanning domestic and international HR and Talent leadership roles.