Salary question blamed for gender pay gap

Salary question blamed for gender pay gap

The practice of many firms of asking job applicants what they currently earn is partly to blame for trapping women on low pay, a charity has said.
"The salary question" means women underpaid in their current job are more likely to be underpaid in the next one, The Young Women's Trust charity said.
It said including salary details in job adverts instead would help close the gender pay gap between men and women.
The CBI warned the move could have "unintended consequences".
"Closing the gender pay gap is complex.
"Publishing pay bands on job adverts is good... read more

22 August 2018 in Business, Views: 71
Source: BBC

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