Japan’s push for workplace equality
Three months after the conclusion of the 2022 fiscal year, employers with 301 or more employees in Japan (including US companies with locations in Japan) are...
Taylor Leverette is an associate principal in the Labor & Employment Practice at Charles River Associates (CRA), where she supports clients with proactive studies, litigation support, generating Affirmative Action Plans (AAPs), Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) compliance, and wage and hour litigation. In addition, Mrs. Leverette is an adjunct professor teaching in Florida State University’s Master’s in Applied Economics Program.
Mrs. Leverette is regularly engaged in proactive employment studies, covering compensation, hiring, terminations, promotions, and performance evaluations. For these studies, she designs and implements statistical analyses that best model the employer’s process in order to assess equity. Mrs. Leverette engages in similar work in class action employment discrimination and in preparing cents on the dollar analyses for clients considering public disclosure.
In the compliance arena, she assists federal contractors with strategy and production during compensation audits with the OFCCP, as well as managing and implementing the necessary statistical analyses. She also manages the preparation of AAPs, including all required components to remain in compliance and impact ratio analyses.
For Florida State University, Mrs. Leverette works with master’s-level students on their professionalism and leadership skills. She develops the content for each class, prioritizing communication and presentation skills, team building exercises, and best practices in resume writing and interviewing.