EquiCalc is a developer of advanced econometric software that assist employers with pay equity issues. EquiCalc offers two software platforms, EquityTest and EquityPath, to address the need for pay analysis and data processing.
Cloud-based EquityTest is used for fast, but extensive, analysis of the required EEO-1 Component 2 data.
For broader pay-equity analysis, EquityPath, combines clear graphics, sophisticated econometric models, and artificial intelligence to identify and correct potential wage disparities across races/genders among similar workers.
EquityTest and EquityPath are designed and created by economic, statistical, and computing experts at EquiCalc and our consulting partner, Advanced Analytical Consulting Group, Inc. Our economists have over 30 years of experience assisting clients with a wide variety of labor and employment challenges, providing objective, scientific estimates of damages and assisted counsel with creative liability arguments in litigation.
EquityPath software performs employment and pay equity tests, reduction in force (RIF), EEO-1 statistical tests and Title VII, state and federal discrimination statistics (regressions with many explanatory variables, t-tests, fully-interacted regressions, and Blinder-Oaxaca regressions) and many... Read More
Analyze your yearly wage and headcount data as specified in the EEO-1 Wage and Hours files today to get statistical results from three tests (Mann-Whitney, Kruskal-Wallis and Interval Regression) discussed by the EEOC in the Federal Register. You will receive a separate report for each... Read More
Public interest in pay equity is increasing and as a result employers and HR professionals need to understand the ever-changing landscape that they face. Increased activity comes not only from legal and regulatory agencies, but also from employees and clients. Here are some recent pay equity... Read more
Based on the California Senate Bill SB-973, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) requires private employers in California with over 99 employees nationwide to file wage data, similar to the EEO-1 Component 2, by March 31, 2021. California’s DFEH will keep your data for... Read more