Our latest research report uses our proprietary marketplace data and surveys of employers and tech talent to examine the current trends in hiring and wage bias, opportunity and expectation gaps, and the 2022 impact on DEI in organizations. In addition, we take an in-depth look at the effects of salary transparency legislation.
Transparent salary practices empower employees, close the wage gap, and eliminate biases within compensation structures. This helps employees feel valued and empowered, propelling innovation, productivity, and retention to new heights. Plus, prioritizing diversity can lead to 36% higher financial returns (McKinsey, 2021). Whether you impact hiring as an engineering hiring manager, recruiter, CEO, or CTO, or through talent acquisition or DEI roles, you play a crucial role in shaping your company’s future.
Now is the time to seize this critical juncture, bridging gaps in opportunities and expectations. Embrace salary transparency and dedicate yourself to DEI principles to forge a path toward a more equitable future. Explore the possibilities and unleash the potential of both in your organization, even when times are tough. It’s the right thing to do.
– Josh Brenner, Hired CEO
After years of improvements, 2022 saw the trend reverse. For more details,
In our survey of tech jobseekers and employees, only 25% of women (versus 39% of men) felt they had adequate knowledge or resources to request compensation in line with the market, their role of interest, and their skills and experience. Only 18% of men admitted they need “a lot of help” in this area, compared to 24% of women.
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More cities and states have initiated laws mandating the disclosure of salary bands to some degree. Based on Hired platform data, the effect is generally positive. In San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York City, gender wage and expectation gaps narrowed.
Other major markets experienced improvements but saw representation drop. Get more details when you
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This year’s research report contains proprietary data from Hired’s platform as well as survey data from 229 tech hiring leaders and 1075 tech employees and jobseekers.
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