WIRED: The BBC has a gender pay gap problem. Here's how to fix it

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Release date: 24/10/2018

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Organisations have to strike the right note from day one, even before new hires arrive to their job. “Start by addressing inequality in starting salaries – ensure that on entry, recruits are aware of the salary range for their job family,” says Jill Rubery at the Manchester Business School, who is an expert on how different systems affect the gender pay gap. “Review all salaries in the job family when negotiating a retention bonus. Establish narrower pay scales – recommended by select committee.”...

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TitleThe BBC has a gender pay gap problem. Here's how to fix it
Media name/outletWired
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date24/10/18
DescriptionOrganisations have to strike the right note from day one, even before new hires arrive to their job. “Start by addressing inequality in starting salaries – ensure that on entry, recruits are aware of the salary range for their job family,” says Jill Rubery at the Manchester Business School, who is an expert on how different systems affect the gender pay gap. “Review all salaries in the job family when negotiating a retention bonus. Establish narrower pay scales – recommended by select committee.”...
URLhttps://www.wired.co.uk/article/bbc-gender-pay-gap-salaries-diversity-report
PersonsJill Rubery