The chief people officer of Renegade Partners explains how pay inequity is a form of systemic racism, and reducing bias in the workplace is one way to eliminate it.
George Floyd’s death and the global call for an anti-racist and equitable society sparked a call to make meaningful change now. In my work helping technology industry executives on their human resources strategies and programs, I see a huge opportunity for companies to make immediate change for Black employees, as well as other marginalized groups. Although many companies have quickly introduced anti-bias training for their employees, they have in large part left room for managers, even unwittingly, to introduce bias into their pay decisions.
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