Difference between the annual compensation for working women and men at your organization


Difference between the annual compensation for all employees of color and all white employees at your organization.


Difference between the annual compensation for female employees by specific race and white men at your organization.

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The raw wage gap, or unadjusted wage gap, goes further to consider where underrepresented groups sit in an organization, helping us understand the power gaps that exist. Biases and lack of access to promotions, bonuses, and flexibility can perpetuate inequities across all levels of an organization, even if equal pay for equal work is in place.

We acknowledge that measuring raw wage gaps is not a pass/fail exercise and that these gaps often fluctuate based on turnover, promotions, changes within organizational structure, and other factors. Our goal is that doing the math will encourage internal reflection, conversation, and action among your leadership team.


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