February 7th 2019
Member Query – Pay Transparency
This member query explores the processes involved in creating Pay Transparency company-wide. The member is keen to gain a better understanding of what other companies are doing in this space, and seek advice from other organisations' experiences.
The questions are as follows:
1. Do you operate pay transparency?
2. Do you have a pay grading structure? If yes, based on what company?
3. What challenges (if any) have you experienced with operating pay transparency within a pay grading structure?
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