Workplace Discrimination and Inclusion
Gender, Race, and Marginalized Identities in the Workplace
Check out some of the outside articles below to learn more:
- How to fix “subtle sexism” in the workplace
- Is Your company Fighting Racism or Just Talking about it?
- Better Together: A Model for Women and LGBTQ Equality in the Workplace
- The Complexity of Nonbinary Gender Inclusion in Engineering Culture
- Transparency Only Part of the Gender Pay Gap Solution
- How Better Workplace Data Can Help Women Regain Ground Lost In 2020
- Creating a Trans-Inclusive Workplace
Know Your Rights
The Gender Gap and Pay Equity
The Equal Pay Act requires that men and women in the same workplace be given equal pay for equal work. The jobs need not be identical, but they must be substantially equal. Job content (not job titles) determines whether jobs are substantially equal. Equal pay also extends to other forms of compensation.
Equal Access to Career Development and Leadership Opportunities
Equal and equitable access to career advancement, leadership opportunities, experience, and skill development are connected to but separate from the issue of the pay gap.
For skill development and leadership resources, click here.