Pay transparency is ‘the first step’ in addressing the gender wage gap: Economist

Pay transparency is ‘the first step’ in addressing the gender wage gap: economist

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Pipeline CEO and Gender Economist Katica Roy joins Yahoo Finance Live anchors Seana Smith and Dave Briggs to discuss the women and middle-aged workers missing from the workforce right now, pay transparency laws’ role in addressing gender wage gaps, and inflation’s impact on female consumers.

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