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

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The PayScale Women at Work survey indicates that less than 5 percent of all software architects are women. Source: Silicon Angle ) While Silicon Valley is stepping it up with women friendly perks, they seem to be missing one key element: equal salary. Hiring women software engineers provides the diversity and innovation that only the female perspective brings. Worried you might be opening yourself to legal action through pay discrimination? Get a PayScale demo now!

Confronting Discrimination In The Workplace (For Leaders)

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Discrimination, subtle or blatant, can be seen everywhere in our day to day lives. However, many leaders choose to believe that discrimination in the workplace doesn’t really exist. Discrimination can be in the little acts itself. Should they fire the ones who are discriminating?

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Let’s Be Honest About Diversity: Age Matters Too

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The conversation about diversity is finally opening up. We have a long way to go, but gender and ethnic equality are firmly on the agenda. But there’s a gaping oversight in the conversation that’s too often ignored: In the push to improve diversity, we have to recognize that age matters, too. Such a range has the potential for significant diversity of thought and action. Diverse Workplaces have Tangible Benefits. Embrace a Broader View of Diversity.

Let’s Be Honest About Diversity: Age Matters Too

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The conversation about diversity is finally opening up. We have a long way to go, but gender and ethnic equality are firmly on the agenda. But there’s a gaping oversight in the conversation that’s too often ignored: In the push to improve diversity, we have to recognize that age matters, too. Such a range has the potential for significant diversity of thought and action. Diverse workplaces have tangible benefits. Embrace a broader view of diversity.

New Required Reporting Proposed to Close Gender Pay Gap

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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. The objective is for employers to provide data that could then be used to search for patterns of discrimination, or to support existing discrimination claims. After all, were we not all created equal?

The Challenges Faced By Women in The Workplace

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I matter equally. They have been marching for equal rights and fighting for their rightful place in the world. Research by Payscale says that in 2018, the median salary for women is roughly 22 percent lower than the median salary for men. In India too, the fight for equal wages continues. The report by Payscale that I have mentioned about earlier, also says that “someone unemployed for less than three months faces only a 3.4 Pregnancy Discrimination.

“Celebrate the success of female coworkers.” with Georgene? ?Huang of Fairygodboss

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There is still part of the gender pay gap that can’t be explained by these factors which means that part of the reason the pay gap exists is due to a more general gender bias and discrimination, whether it’s conscious or unconscious.

Hire More Female Software Engineers and Close the Gender Wage Gap

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The PayScale Women at Work survey indicates that less than 5 percent of all software architects are women. Source: Silicon Angle ) While Silicon Valley is stepping it up with women friendly perks, they seem to be missing one key element: equal salary. Hiring women software engineers provides the diversity and innovation that only the female perspective brings. Worried you might be opening yourself to legal action through pay discrimination? Get a PayScale demo now!

How to Turn Pay Secrecy Obstacles Into Pay Transparency Opportunities

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The inability for employees to freely discuss pay information with one another has arguably prevented some individuals from taking advantage of federal protections available under the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009 in the past. For a less extreme approach, consider the company PayScale, which falls closer to the mid-section of the pay transparency spectrum. I’ve been thinking about the impact of snap decisions a lot lately.

“Gender Roles in Childhood.”, with Sheila Ronning and Candice Georgiadis

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Recognizing her expertise on gender diversity, numerous worldwide corporations have recruited her as well, including KPMG, Kirkland Ellis, Aon, NewsCorp, L’Oreal, and Thomas Reuters. Discrimination. Gender Roles in Childhood.