A study of Canada's pay transparency laws indicates such regulation can reduce gender-based pay inequities, according to researchers. "Though our analysis is limited to relatively high-paid faculty in public universities, we believe that it is possible that wider adoption of transparency laws could bring about broader change in social norms that favor gender equality, and indirectly affect the pay gap (even in organizations that aren't required to disclose salaries)," they write.
Study: Transparency laws can close gender pay gaps
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