The past year has seen increased pressure on employers to institute pay equity, but research has shown that the U.S. gender pay gap is nothing if not persistent.
Managers can play a critical role in helping direct reports feel comfortable stepping away from the job, Eagle Hill’s CEO told HR Dive.
A lack of career and growth opportunities, as well as a lack of respect from company leadership, direct managers and peers may hold women back.
Analysts were unable to compare gender pay equity in women’s and men’s college basketball programs because of the lack of women coaches in men’s programs.
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In an ideal world, executive teams would role model all the best behaviors they want every other leader in their organization to demonstrate.
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