It’s official—US workers want more pay transparency. Once considered a taboo subject, compensation is now more openly discussed among coworkers, with the changing landscape of a multigenerational workforce happy to confront topics that were traditionally off-limits.
In the 2018 Compensation and Culture Report, we surveyed 1,200 American workers to assess employee attitude toward compensation and benefits in the workplace.
The report uncovered that US workers don't believe all employees are paid equally, regardless of age, race, and gender. In today's workforce, trust and transparency are the currency that will motivate employees to work harder, create a better company and ultimately solve pay gap disparities among age, gender, and race.
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