Trusaic joins the UKG Connect Technology Partner Program
LOS ANGELES, January 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Trusaic, a leading regulatory compliance software company specializing in advanced pay equity analysis, has joined the UKG Connect Technology Partner Program, a collaborative ecosystem of solution providers working with UKG to provide integrations and innovations that provide a streamlined technology experience for employees. UKG is a leading global provider of HCM, payroll, HR service delivery and workforce management solutions.
Trusaic’s comprehensive pay equity, diversity and inclusion platform – PayParity – helps organizations create a more equitable workforce through powerful data analytics and tracking for ongoing monitoring. PayParity analyzes total compensation, enabling organizations to address pay disparities at the intersections of gender, race/ethnicity, age, disability, and more. The all-in-one solution reduces organizational risk and creates a proactive approach to achieving critical DEI goals.
Through this technology collaboration, organizations already using Trusaic and UKG Pro can benefit from a fast onboarding process with same-day setup and faster, more accurate and continuous data retrieval. This helps organizations track progress towards DEI goals in real time and with greater efficiency.
“We look forward to a successful collaboration with UKG, a partner who shares our deep commitment to delivering solutions that create fairer and more meaningful work environments,” said robert sheen, CEO, Trusaic. “Our technology partnership with UKG will enable more organizations to advance their DEI efforts and make their workplaces safer and more welcoming, representative and participatory. We are delighted to be working alongside a visible and vocal company in his support for the fight for pay equity.”
UKG Pro is a powerful global HCM solution for large and medium-sized businesses to manage all aspects of the employee life-work journey, from recruiting, payroll and talent management to sentiment analysis based on the AI, HR service delivery and industry. leader in workforce management.
UKG also recently launched the multi-million dollar ‘Close the Gap’ pay equity campaign, which includes a contribution of 18 cents – the current gender pay gap – for each employee paid annually through a payroll solution. UKG (over 15 million people a year), as well as philanthropic support, sponsorship of pay equity research with Harvard Business Review Analytics Services, and educational resources.
“At UKG, we build lifelong partnerships with our customers so they can create connected and meaningful experiences for their employees,” said Mike May, Senior Director, UKG Connect Technology Partner Program, UKG. “By cultivating a highly engaged ecosystem of technology partners, we are able to solve critical business problems in innovative ways. This gives our customers more opportunities to improve the employee experience, achieve new operational efficiencies and increase the value of their UKG investment.”
Employees, potential employees and investors are increasingly evaluating companies on their commitment to DEI initiatives, such as pay equity. Companies that lag behind their competitors in establishing equal pay may struggle to attract and retain top talent. With Trusaic’s PayParity solution, organizations receive:
- Pay Equity Analysis Software for Compensation Audit
- Equal Pay Estimator, which helps prevent pay inequality in the first place
- Powerful DEI tracking to regularly measure goal performance
- Support for US and international government filings that support ESG reporting best practices
- Maintenance of attorney-client privilege
- Expert partner designated DEI to support organizations in understanding their results
- Help develop remediation strategies and communications to key stakeholders
Trusaic is a regulatory compliance software company focused on driving social good in the workplace and solving the toughest HR challenges around people, data and analytics. Its mission is to create a better world of work by helping organizations achieve pay equity, foster a more diverse and inclusive workforce, help economically disadvantaged people find work and ensure access employees to affordable health care.