FROM THE TRENCHES:Gender Pay Gap (and how to stop it)

“Applicants could turn the question back on the employer by asking for the position’s salary range, or what the last person to do the job was paid. Applicants could say something like: “I want to learn more about the job first, in order to have a better sense of my salary expectations.” Or they could provide context for why they’re declining to share the information, by explaining that it contributes to the gender pay gap.”

Author: Elaine Morris Palmer

FEBRUARY 4, 2009 - EXECUTIVE WOMEN2.0 added to top 100 Leadership blogs on the Web by Best Universities. 2011, Member site, Next Generation Leadership.

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