Quenton Kincaid Wright is a principal in the Labor & Employment Practice at CRA. She assists her clients with proactive consulting, compliance, and litigation support that may involve annual pay equity studies, Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) monitoring, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) affirmative action compliance, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) discrimination matters, and Federal and state wage and hour litigation. Mrs. Wright has a particular niche in developing automated programs that efficiently maintain data quality control and provide cost-effective analysis to her clients. She specializes in assessing and managing her client’s OFCCP risk, particularly with respect to pay, but also including analyses of hiring, promotion, and termination decisions. From inspection of the data for integrity concerns to design and communication of the analysis, she helps dozens of clients proactively mitigate risk with sophisticated analyses and preparation of data requested by the Agency.
In addition to audit support, Mrs. Wright designs and manages all Affirmative Action Plans (AAPs) prepared by the firm. In the Diversity arena, she actively maintains a dynamic web-based tool which monitors D&I analyses for a Fortune 100 company. Quarterly reporting enables top HR executives to compare the company’s diversity of various businesses, functions, pay and geographic levels of the organization to appropriate internal and external benchmarks determined using both historical internal lines of progression and US Census data which consider industry, occupation, and local or national recruitment areas.
Mrs. Wright has presented seminars on the statistical analysis of employment practices to attorneys and human resource professionals. She has been a regular presenter on compensation and diversity topics at SHRM, NELI, and NILG events.
MS, Applied Economics, Florida State University
BS, Economics, Florida State University