Salary analysis. Fair wages. Satisfied employees.
A salary analysis helps you examine equal pay within your company. At the same time, it gives you the opportunity to present yourself as an attractive employer with higher chances of winning public sector contracts for your company.
A salary analysis helps you to examine whether your wages are fair and whether there is need for improvement. Present yourself as an attractive company for current and potential employees. If your result is within the tolerance value of 5% (official federal value), you will receive the "We Pay Fair" certificate of the University of St.Gallen. We offer a wide range of services related to salary analysis, from in-depth examinations to coaching on specific salary issues. In addition, our Logib workshops are recognized by the Swiss government. Get expert advice from a team with over 20 years of experience in the field of Diversity & Inclusion.
The Salary Analyses are a product of the University of St. Gallen.
- have the goal of paying fair salaries to all of your employees
- want to be perceived as an attractive company now and in the future
- do not want to forego public sector contracts
For your information: Starting on 1st of July 2020, salary analyses will be mandatory for companies with more than 100 employees. What do you need to know about this? Read more here (Document in German). We would be pleased to help you.
We analyse your anonymised salary data in accordance with Logib. You receive an evaluation with simple, comprehensible explanations. Accommodating your preferences, we can provide an additional detailed report listing recommended actions and even more in-depth analyses.
You submit your anonymised personnel data and we evaluate it. This highly sensitive data is encrypted for transmission and stored on our local server. Only employees of the Competence Centre for Diversity & Inclusion are granted access.
Our wage analyses are objective, scientific analyses. We work with anonymous raw data from human resource management. We do not only provide facts but equip you with concrete recommendations.
We not only provide facts but equip you with concrete recommendations. You know where you need to take action in the company or whether equal pay already exists.
With the University of St.Gallen, you gain an independent partner that is well known in the business world. We are trusted and recommended by “Arbeitgeber Banken” (Banks' Employer Association) and the Swiss Insurance Association. The "We Pay Fair" label is recognized in the market.
A wage analysis carried out by us saves you a lot of time and effort. According to our experience, it will take you about 6 to 8 hours.
If your result falls within the tolerance value of 5% (official federal value), you receive the "We Pay Fair" certificate of the University of St.Gallen. Use this label for communication purposes and become an attractive company for current and potential employees thanks to equal pay.
Extract of companies that have received the “We Pay Fair” certificate:
*A portion of the M-companies were analyzed by the CCDI.
From Logib workshops for statisticians among HR professionals to salary analyses with comprehensive coaching. With sound expertise in the field, we offer the following services in the area of salary analysis:
The federal government provides the “Logib” tool for wage analyses. The tool can be used for all Swiss companies. However, it only partially considers the wage functions of individual companies. With a little practice, the data can be fed into the tool within a day. However, you will face unforeseeable obstacles and the interpretation of the data is not always easy. We are an official partner of the federal government and offer one-day Logib workshops. Take part in a training course and get ready to use the wage analysis tool without external support in the future.
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Coaching and consulting
Perhaps you have already entered your personnel data into Logib. But do you fully understand the results? We evaluate your data and results in depth. We will discuss these with you and answer questions like:
- Have the data been specified correctly in Logib?
- How should the results be interpreted?
- What can the results be used for?
- Where exactly is there a need for action?
- Which further analyses are useful for you?
Cost: according to effort
Wage analysis based on Logib
Leave the wage analysis to the experts. One of your advantages is that we take your raw personnel data and do the entire analysis – without the need for your internal resources. You will receive a report with information about the method, your results and an interpretation as well as graphs of your data from different perspectives. In addition, you will receive concrete recommendations for action.
More than just Logib: In addition to the official Logib result, you will gain insights into how strongly personal and professional characteristics affect wages. We also include characteristics such as family status and nationality to uncover additional potential for discrimination.
The “We Pay Fair” label is included if your result is below the tolerance threshold of 5%.
Cost: 6000.- CHF (excl. VAT)
Do you suspect that individual groups of employees may be distorting your wage analysis? The Logib result is based on average analyses and can therefore, for example, “mask” wage discrimination against women in one department with wage discrimination against men in another department. We find out for you whether this is happening in your organisation and answer questions in a report such as:
- Which groups of employees are most affected by potential pay discrimination?
- Do the Logib results look different for different subgroups (and why)?
Cost: upon request
Identification of employees with untapped potential
Would you like to go a step further after conducting the salary analysis? Even if your employees are being paid fairly, it may be that you are not yet fully exploiting their potential. Perhaps there are individuals who, based on their training, could occupy a higher position than their current employment? We will indicate the individuals who stand out according to your data structure and who you should take another look at.
Cost: upon request
Advanced statistical wage analysis models
Equal pay can be analyzed using a variety of methods. We address which method is appropriate in your situation and apply different statistical models that analyze your data without skewing the results. In this way, distortions
caused by outlier wages can be avoided.
Cost: upon request
The Competence Centre for Diversity & Inclusion of the University of St.Gallen (CCDI) is your partner for effective Diversity & Inclusion management. We offer customized consulting to help your company reach its D&I goals. Our team has over 20 years of experience in this field and wants to put its expertise to work for you. In addition to the St. Gallen Diversity Benchmarking, we also have expertise in the following areas:
PRODUCT OWNER EMPLOYER ATTRACTIVENESS, AXA
«AXA has been intensively committed to gender equality for years and strives for equality in all dimensions of work - in particular also equal pay. That is why the "Gender Pay Gap" at AXA is comparatively small: the unexplained wage difference at AXA is currently less than 2.5 percent. For this reason, we have received the "We pay fairly" certificate from the University of St. Gallen for the second time in a row.»
What’s happening in the area of Diversity & Inclusion? What does the latest research show? Get access to the latest news here.
For more information, please visit the Competence Centre for Diversity & Inclusion (CCDI) of the University of St. Gallen online. Get the latest information on events and news here.
Our team is composed of Diversity & Inclusion experts who bring a variety of experience and educational backgrounds. We collaborate closely with companies and associations in order to ensure practice-oriented and implementable solutions.
Prof. Dr. Gudrun Sander (centre) is the director of CCDI and adjunct professor of business administration with special emphasis on diversity management at the University of St.Gallen. She has more than 20 years of experience in the area of Diversity & Inclusion.
Working with a wide range of associations and companies increases the relevance and impact of the salary analyses. The Federal Office for Gender Equality supports the wage analysis with financial assistance in accordance with the Gender Equality Act. In addition, we are an official partner of the swiss government for Logib workshops.