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Could Knowing How Much Your Coworker Earns Help Close the Gender Pay Gap?
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Pay transparency laws represent the latest effort to close the gap, which has remained stubbornly in place for decades. But will they be effective?
A Recent Win for Unions in the Courts Is Also an Unexpected Victory for Women. But There's a Lesson in This for All of Us
Co-director, Make It Work
Women in unions earn higher wages than their non-union counterparts. Why is that? Part of the answer is obvious: unions are able to use the power of collective bargaining to fight for higher wages overall. But that's not the entire picture.
Charlize Theron Proved You're Better Off When You Know Your Co-Workers' Pay
At least one good thing came out of the massive Sony Pictures hack -- a big raise for Charlize Theron. It's the latest proof that transparency can level the playing field for women seeking equal pay for equal work.
Pay Secrecy: Why Bother?
Professor of Business, USC; Author, "Effective Human Resource ...
Perhaps the best way to summarize pay secrecy is to say that it has become an old-fashioned, obsolete management practice that has a much larger downside than upside. It is time for organizations to enter the world of pay transparency.
Better Data Equals Greater Pay Equality
Thomas E. Perez
Jenny R. Yang
Federal law has banned pay discrimination since 1963. But more than 50 years later, many in the American workplace -- because of their sex, race or ethnicity -- don't get equal pay for equal work.
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