Dr. DuMond’s consulting experience includes numerous engagements in matters involving pay equity, disparate impact, wage and hour compliance, systemic EEOC investigations, OFCCP audits and the calculation of economic exposure. He routinely works with counsel and internal subject matter experts to design statistical models that are reflective of the employer’s hiring, promotion, compensation, termination and performance evaluation processes. He also routinely works with employers, internal and external counsel on pro-active audits relating to potential compensation disparities.
His engagements in wage and hour matters involve allegations relating to “off-the-clock” work, miscalculation of the regular rate of pay, missed meal/rest periods and misclassification of exempt status. Dr. DuMond also specializes in the preparation and analysis of complex electronic databases. He has supported his analysis through declarations, written reports and sworn testimony.
Dr. DuMond is also an adjunct professor with the economics program at Florida State University, where he teaches graduate level courses in labor economics and the economic analysis of data. His academic research focuses on employee compensation and selection procedures and has been published in professional peer-reviewed journals, including Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Economic Inquiry, and the Journal of Sports Economics.