Pay Transparency: One Way To Reduce Wage Gap For Women And People Of Color
Women, on average, make 82 cents for every dollar earned by men. And women of color make even less than that.
This hour, we take a look at the role greater pay transparency can play to address the wage gap in our country. Advocates in Connecticut say that listing starting salaries publicly for open positions is a step towards evening the playing field.
We want to hear from you, too. Do you have salary transparency at your workplace?
- Maya Raghu - Director of Workplace Equality and Senior Counsel at the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC)
- Madeline Granato - Policy Director at the Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF)
- Tyler Falk - Reporter covering public radio for Current, an independent trade publication that covers public media
Cat Pastor contributed to this show.