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The pros and cons of pay transparency

The pros and cons of pay disclosure will be discussed Tuesday by experts at an ILR School livestream open to the public. 

Speakers at “Pay Gaps are Real: Is Pay Transparency the Answer?” include Peter Bamberger, Ph.D. ’90, research director of ILR’s Smithers Institute and the Domberger Chair in Organization and Management at Tel Aviv University’s Coller School of Management; Jacqueline M. Ebanks, executive director of the New York City Commission on Gender Equity; Evandro Gigante,  Proskauer Rose partner and co-head of its Employment Litigation & Arbitration group, and Brian Levine, Mercer's pay equity leader.

As of Nov. 1, New York City employers will be required to disclose minimum and maximum salaries for job openings. Nationally, a number of municipalities are considering controversial pay transparency laws.

The full version of this story appears on the ILR website.
Mary Catt is the director of communications at the ILR School. 

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