SERIOUSLY. This was implied by a survey a client of mine recently completed. The survey, from a reputable organization that is dedicated to creating better workplaces and businesses, asked about a wide range of business practices including compensation. One of the questions focused on the pay differentials between male and female employees.
The topic was basically framed as follows.“Women at our company make the following compared to men: 0% – 25%, 25%+ – 50%, 50%+ – 75%, 75%+ – 100%.” You may immediately see the problem, or maybe not. No, it is not a lack of granularity. It is not a problem of Continue reading