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By talking about pay more openly, we increase transparency, reduce bias, and help to close pay gaps.

Commit to take steps toward more open pay communications

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Step 1: The Journey to Fair Pay

Establish clear pay strategies and structures in order to have open pay discussions, and discover what stage your organization is at on the journey to fair pay.

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Step 2: Your Guide to Effective Pay Communications

Understand why pay communications are important and learn how to develop an effective pay communications plan so you can get those conversations started.

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Step 3: Fair Pay Statistics You Should Know

Equip yourself with data to support pay transparency and fair pay initiatives so that you can take action and work toward achieving fair pay within your organization.

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