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The Important Statistics That Are Missing From Most Diversity Reports

Many companies are leaving out some of the most important statistics when disclosing their diversity numbers.

Earlier this month, Microsoft wrote a blog post about its gender pay gap. It shared that its pay gap between men and women is much smaller than the national average, and that overall its non-white employees earn slightly more: Microsoft’s U.S. female employees make on average 99.8 cents to every dollar their male counterparts make. For non-white employees the breakdown goes: “African American/black employees are at $1.003; Hispanic/Latino(a) employees are at 99.9 cents; and Asian employees are at $1.006 for every $1 earned by Caucasian employees at the same job title and level, respectively.” The company pledged to continue monitoring this data and publicly disclosing it.

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