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Transcript: “Pay Equity – What Compensation Committees Need to Know”

Amid the focus on human capital management and diversity and inclusion, there are growing calls for transparency on gender and racial pay equity information. Investors want to know where companies stand, what they are doing to reduce unexplained pay discrepancies, and how the board is overseeing company approaches to this issue. While most large companies are now conducting equal pay audits, collecting the data - and presenting it to the board - is only the first step in the lengthier and more strategic process of resolving inequities.

Mintz Special Counsel Anne L. Bruno was among the experts to discuss pay equity, shareholder expectations, disclosure trends, board oversight, and more in’s November 2020 webcast titled, “Pay Equity: What Compensation Committees Need to Know”.


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Anne L. Bruno is a Member at Mintz who advises clients ranging from start-ups to multinational public companies on issues related to corporate and employment law, including executive compensation, employee benefits, securities law, and corporate governance. She is also a key member of the firm’s multidisciplinary ESG practice, helping corporate boards, companies, and their investors navigate a broad range of environmental, social, and governance considerations.