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Exposing Pay

Pay Transparency and What It Means for Employees, Employers, and Public Policy

Peter Bamberger

Exposing Pay

Exposing Pay

Pay Transparency and What It Means for Employees, Employers, and Public Policy

Exposing Pay

 

Pay equity has become a hot topic recently with pay transparency viewed as an important way to narrow gender and racial pay gaps. Exposing Pay offers evidence-based insights into how pay policies and practices impact outcomes at individual, organizational, and societal levels.


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Beschrijving Exposing Pay

Should employees be allowed to discuss their pay with other employees? Should managers explain the logic underlying pay structures and decisions to employees? Should companies disclose more information on pay for particular positions or even an individuals' actual pay? Pay equity has become a hot topic in recent years with pay transparency viewed as an important way to narrow gender and racial pay gaps. However, pay transparency policies and practices remain highly
controversial, with divergent attitudes based largely on conjecture or anecdote.

In Exposing Pay, Peter Bamberger provides evidence-based insights into how pay communication policies and practices impact outcomes at individual, organizational, and societal levels. Bamberger reviews findings from the recent surge in pay transparency research to help employees, managers, and policymakers better understand when pay communication policies and practices might enhance organizational performance and address social inequality and when such practices can lead to harmful
consequences. Starting with a short overview of how companies have addressed the question of pay transparency over the past century and a brief summary of contemporary transparency regulations in dozens of countries around the world, Exposing Pay presents findings on the various forms of pay transparency on such
outcomes as individual task performance, employee retention and turnover, citizenship behaviors such as helping, counter-productive work behavior, and pay dispersion or spread.

An honest assessment of the good and the bad of pay transparency, Exposing Pay gives policymakers, managers, and HR specialists the perspective and information they need to make fair, sensible, and informed decisions.


ISBN
9780197628164
Pagina's
256
Verschijnt
NUR
780
Druk
1
Uitvoering
Hardback
Taal
Engels
Uitgever
OUP USA

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