59 Years After The Equal Pay Act, Women Still Struggle For The Bare Minimum

Forbes:

On the 59th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act, this piece thoughtfully examines how far we still have to go to realize its promise of equal pay for women.

Randi Braun

The U.S. women’s soccer team did not get a historic raise, as many heralded it. At best, they got right-sized, and even that’s a generous assessment.

What’s the difference? Well, it’s critical: A raise is a merit-based increase rewarding outstanding performance. A right-sizing is a realignment of compensation to accurately reflect current responsibilities and performance…  read more

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2022/07/12/59-years-after-the-equal-pay-act-women-still-struggle-for-the-bare-minimum/