PayScale Gender Report Reveals Female Software Engineers Get Paid 12% Less

Compensation Today

The PayScale Women at Work survey indicates that less than 5 percent of all software architects are women. A LinkedIn survey supports this data, revealing that less than one-tenth to a quarter of all software engineers are women. Get a PayScale demo now!

Data-driven recruiting 101: How to improve your hiring process

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Traditional recruiting used to rely on luck and intuition more than data, which was time-consuming to amass and analyze. But now, with a wealth of software and analytics tools available on the market, anyone can create a data-driven recruiting process. What is data-driven recruiting?

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Gender pay discrimination: The $14.3 million cost of a shattered shame ceiling

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And even Ellen Pao, who lost her gender discrimination case, still cost Kleiner Perkins a cool $1 million. (It The only historical safeguard standing between employers having to part with millions of dollars in pay discrimination settlements has been women’s silence.

The Pay Business is the People Business

TalentCulture

At PayScale we keep this notion central in all that we do to support companies in doing Modern Compensation. Pay equity means ensuring that you’re not discriminating in your pay practices, especially on the basis of gender. Defend your pay decisions with data.

What Other Employers Can Learn From Uber: Recognizing and Combating Sexism in the Workplace

Compensation Today

PayScale found that “ women are significantly less likely than men to hold management roles ” and that, in fact, it is an opportunity gap that heavily influences the gender pay gap. HR Management gender discrimination gender pay gap sexual harassment

New Required Reporting Proposed to Close Gender Pay Gap

Compensation Today

Mykkah Herner, MA, CCP, Modern Compensation Evangelist, PayScale On Friday, President Obama announced a proposal submitted by the EEOC that would require employers with 100+ employees to report, not just employee demographic data, but also pay data.

Salary History: Don’t Ask, Do Tell?

Compensation Today

PayScale recently surveyed over 15,000 job applicants regarding salary history disclosures during the job interview process. What’s more, salary history may reflect inherent biases in how pay is determined, such as gender discrimination.

Pay Fairly All Year Long

Compensation Today

The most recent US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data shows that Americans 25 and older with a four-year college degree, have an unemployment rate of 2.8%. In the PayScale Gender Pay analysis , this is called the “controlled” gap.

How to structure employee compensation

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They involve setting salary ranges and pay grades based on market data and job roles. This may perpetuate the gender pay gap and, as a result, create systemic pay disparities that prompt discrimination lawsuits. O*NET OnLine reports data from BLS along with detailed job descriptions.

For Companies Like Buffer And Zingerman’s, Is Transparency Good For Business?

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Sites like PayScale and Glassdoor have helped job seekers learn what a position is worth to a company, pulling the covers back on a once taboo topic. In a TEDx talk , professor and author of Under New Management David Burkus explains that salary transparency reduces the concern about pay equity and discrimination. Employee Engagement Future of Work Knowledge Networks data transparency transparency workplace culture

Hire More Female Software Engineers and Close the Gender Wage Gap

Compensation Today

The PayScale Women at Work survey indicates that less than 5 percent of all software architects are women. A LinkedIn survey supports this data, revealing that less than one-tenth to a quarter of all software engineers are women. Get a PayScale demo now!

A Full Guide to Compensation and Benefits

Digital HR Tech

A Payscale study gives some insight into the influence of salary. A salary survey asks many businesses to share their compensation data for positions. The data is then anonymized and sold back to businesses.

Pay Transparency Is Not Going Away

Compensation Cafe

With so much data available about just about everything else, how long is the working person going to put up with severely restricted access to compensation information? We have data that people of color run into similar discriminatory trends.

How to Turn Pay Secrecy Obstacles Into Pay Transparency Opportunities

ExactHire HR Trends

Despite the aggregate inequity that exists in pay practices today, there are changes being made that aim to minimize the pay gap: The OFCCP prevents federal contractors from discharging or discriminating against employees who inquire about, discuss or disclose pay with a few exceptions.

The Pay Business Is The People Business

SuccessFactors

At PayScale we keep this notion central in all that we do to support companies in doing Modern Compensation. Pay equity means ensuring that you’re not discriminating in your pay practices, especially on the basis of gender. Defend your pay decisions with data.

Let’s Be Honest About Diversity: Age Matters Too

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Instead, age discrimination in tech has rendered the three older generations barely visible—even Millennials are starting to feel the pressure. Consider this: In 2014, there were more than 20,000 age-related discrimination charges filed against employers.

Let’s Be Honest About Diversity: Age Matters Too

SuccessFactors

Instead, age discrimination in tech has rendered the three older generations barely visible—even millennials are starting to feel the pressure. The median age in the workforce is 42 years old; the average age in the tech industry, according to a survey by Payscale , ranged from 28 to 31 at major tech companies, even younger at a few outliers. Consider this: In 2014, there were more than 20,000 age-related discrimination charges filed against employers.

LinkedIn Report: These 4 Ideas Are Shaping the Future of HR and Hiring

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And now that it’s easy to share and see aggregated salary information on sites like PayScale and LinkedIn , companies are facing more pressure to own the conversation on pay. As an African American, I’m always distrustful because all the data supports that I’m going to be paid less.