Tag: Gender Pay Gap

Closing the Gender Pay Gap

At the 2018 DiversityInc Top 50 event, more than 400 people were in attendance during the day to hear best practices on effectively managing diversity and inclusion. Moderator: Sheryl Estrada, Senior Business Writer/Branded Content Editor, DiversityInc Panelists: Deb Hughes, Division VP of Human Resources, ADP Lynn McMahon, New York Metro…

Serena Williams Tells Black Women to 'Be Fearless' on Black Women's Equal Pay Day

In honor of Black Women’s Equal Pay Day on July 31, tennis superstar Serena Williams had a message for Black women: “Be fearless.” [aeit_emebed_article url= http://www.diversityinc.com/news/black-womens-equal-pay-day-highlights-wage-gap/ The American Association of University Women (AAUW) calls July 31 Black Women’s Equal Pay Day. Black women make, on average, 63 cents to the…

White House Gender Pay Gap More Than Tripled Under Trump

Women working in the White House experience a pay gap of about 37 percent compared to their male counterparts nearly double than what was previously reported by media outlets, according to a new analysis. This is more than triple the rate under former President Barack Obama, whose female staffers earned…

Google Says Calculating Gender Pay Data Would Be Too Expensive

Calculating data to determine if a gender pay gap exists is too expensive of a project for Google, lawyers for the company said in court on Friday. The cost About 500 hours of work and $100,000. “This is obviously a very time-consuming and burdensome project,” said Lisa Barnett Sween, an…

NYC Bans Salary History Questions for Government Job Applicants

Next month, New York City job seekers will no longer have to provide their salary history to city agencies when applying for a job. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) last week issued an executive order forbidding government agencies from asking job seekers questions regarding salary history. The…

Mansplaining for Soccer Pay Gap

U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulat, left, and attorney Russell Sauer By Eve Tahmincioglu The fact that members of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team get pregnancy leave is being used as partial justification for pay inequality. Last week, five high-profile players of the U.S. Women’s National Team filed a…