Glassdoor Roundtable: A Discussion on Pay Equality

Glassdoor Roundtable

A Discussion on Pay Equality

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Expert & Leader Participants

Hillary Clinton

Former U.S. Secretary of State, former U.S. senator, former First Lady


Megan Rapinoe

World Cup Champion & Olympic Gold Medalist


Robert Hohman

CEO and Co-founder of Glassdoor


Tracy Sturdivant

Co-founder & Co-executive Director of Make It Work


Lori Nishiura Mackenzie

Exec. Dir., Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford


Dan Henkle

President, Gap Foundation & SVP of global sustainability of Gap Inc.


Diane Brady

Award-winning journalist, author & media consultant


Roundtable Retrospective

Salary transparency, closing the gender pay gap and encouraging people to #ShareYourPay were the key themes that resonated throughout Glassdoor’s Pay Equality Roundtable in New York City on April 12, 2016. For one hour, leaders including former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Glassdoor CEO & Co-founder Robert Hohman and Olympic Gold Medalist & World Cup Champion Megan Rapinoe, among others, took part in a frank discussion about the reality of the gender pay gap, while also exploring contributing causes and potential solutions. Explore complete coverage in the Glassdoor blog:

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A groundbreaking March 2016 study from Glassdoor Economic Research revealed that the gender pay gap is real and significant—5.4% in the U.S.—even after controls for education, work experience, location, industry, job title and company are applied. And in some professions, the gap is more severe. Below are the jobs with with greatest gender pay gap. Read the full study here.