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1 in 5 HR Managers Admit There's a Wage Gap in their Companies

Posted by Ginger Sullivan on March 4, 2016

1 in 5 HR Managers Admit There's a Wage Gap in their Companies | Ginger Sullivan | HR Insights blog1 in 5 HR Managers tell CareerBuilder that men in their company are paid more than women, for the same job. Their larger survey of American workers indicates that well more than half (and 65% of women) don't believe equal pay exists anywhere.

The continuing conversation surrounding career ascension and compensation opportunity, as they relate to gender, still shows widespread inequality. But there are signs that gender inequality may be working its way out of the workplace.

Younger people reported much more equitable treatment than their older co-workers. And other measures of equity, especially job satisfaction, show few differences between male and female workers.

Read full article at Fast Company.

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