Glossary of Terms

Micro-glossary of helpful DEI terms

Systemic differences in pay between different demographic groups in a business, which often exist between men and women, and white people and people of color. (From Courier Media)

Read Courier’s step-by-step guide to achieving pay equity

Systemic differences in pay between different demographic groups in a business, which often exist between men and women, and white people and people of color. (From Courier Media)

Read Courier’s step-by-step guide to achieving pay equity

Systemic differences in pay between different demographic groups in a business, which often exist between men and women, and white people and people of color. (From Courier Media)

Read Courier’s step-by-step guide to achieving pay equity

Systemic differences in pay between different demographic groups in a business, which often exist between men and women, and white people and people of color. (From Courier Media)

Read Courier’s step-by-step guide to achieving pay equity

(noun) Person of color

When there is an overall difference in pay between two groups of people when you compare pay for all people at a company, regardless of their function or level of seniority. Companies can eliminate unadjusted pay gaps by making sure women or other minorities are represented across all levels of the organisation (which evens out the average pay for different groups across the business).

Note:

There are plenty of different pay gaps. Though most businesses focus on gender and ethnicity pay gaps, they may occur among any minority or under-represented group.

Pay equity is about equal compensation, not just equal salaries – make sure you’re working any equity compensation or bonus opportunities into your compensation frameworks and audits as well as looking at the info about salaries. (From Courier Media)

Read Courier’s step-by-step guide to achieving pay equity

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