Joins the Boston Women’s Workforce Council and Signs 100% Talent Compact

Salary.comthe market leader in cloud-based compensation software and data solutions, announced it has joined the Boston Women’s Workforce Council (BWWC). The BWWC leads a unique public-private partnership between the Boston Mayor’s Office and Greater Boston employers dedicated to eliminating gender and racial wage gaps. It does so by measuring, analyzing, and reporting on these gaps, and working with over 250 employers committed to wage gap elimination and pay equity.

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“Since its founding, has been revolutionizing how employees and employers manage compensation intelligence and ensure equitable pay,” said Lenna Turner,’s head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. “The BWWC’s mission reflects our own commitment to closing wage gaps and we’re excited to engage with, and learn from, this network of some of Boston’s biggest and most innovative employers.”

As part of its membership, has signed the 100% Talent Compact, a pledge made by employers to examine their own salary data and practices and make ongoing changes to address gender and racial pay inequities.

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“We are thrilled to have sign the 100% Talent Compact,” said Kimberly Borman, Executive Director of the BWWC. “Like the BWWC, uses employer/HR-reported data to help employees make smart career choices. Our missions align, and we are looking forward to their leadership as we continue efforts to close gender and racial wage gaps in Greater Boston.”

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