Let's Talk Fair Pay
Talking about pay is STILL taboo
Employees are not confident in how to approach their employer, and many employers are not prepared to have pay conversations, so they are often discouraged. But pay conversations are a vital driving force in creating fair pay for everyone, which means committing to talk about fair pay is more important than ever. When organizations engage in fair pay conversations and adopt fair pay practices, it improves employer brand reputation, employee retention and attrition rates, reduces time and costs related to recruitment, and aligns business practices with pay transparency legislation.
We’ve created this Fair Pay Handbook to give you the steps and tools to help you establish clear pay strategies and structures, guide you on how to have effective pay conversations, and provide you with powerful data to support pay transparency and fair pay initiatives so that you can work toward achieving fair pay within your organization. Your Fair Pay Handbook includes:
- An Overview of the Journey to Fair Pay
- A Step-By-Step Guide to Effective Pay Communications
- Fair Pay Statistics You Should Know
Make the commitment to talk about fair pay today.
By talking about pay more openly, we increase transparency, reduce bias, and help to close pay gaps.
Commit to take steps toward more open pay communications
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