Pay Transparency

Last Updated 04/16/2024

Refers to the practice of employers providing jobseekers and workers with open access to potential salary earnings and benefits directly. More than 10 states have passed pay transparency legislation which typically requires employers to disclose salary ranges and benefits for open positions. Given the many employment disparities permeating our economy, pay transparency is a tool to help address gender and minority wage gaps. It is also a tool to enable workers to compare potential earnings and benefits directly, facilitating strategic career choices that align with their skills and financial goals.

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