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That is a fair question. And honestly, I’m going to side step that for a quick second and say that things really are never going to be truly “equal”. Stout Beer hello darkness my old friend i’ve come to drink with you again shirt That would require people to have gone to the same school, get the same grades, have the same previous experience, same performance reviews, etc.
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I can appreciate the analogy. And it is correct in one setting. If ALL things are equal then absolutely men and women should be paid the same for the same work. Anyone who would argue that isn’t worth wasting your time on. However, there are a lot of factors that go into this. Experience, education, efficiency, Stout Beer hello darkness my old friend i’ve come to drink with you again shirt performance and value added to the company. Hardly ever are those all the same between 2 people. Pay should be reflected based on those. But you will notice gender wasn’t in the list of considerations. And that’s because it shouldn’t be considered at all when determining pay for a position.
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So, back to your question, I’d say obviously the hiring manager needs to judge these qualities. And to make it easier and get to an acceptable level of equal, I think certain things should be removed when considering pay. For example, which school a person went to. Now if you have an opening and are considering two candidates, which school should be a consideration because let’s face it some are better than others. But if hiring a person to do a job that is already being done (i.e. hiring an additional financial analyst), when it comes to compensation, which school shouldn’t matter, only that the person being hired has the same qualifications (i.e. same degree and same type of experience or same number of years). If those things are ‘equal’ then the starting pay should be the same as the other analysts and if performance reviews match the others, then pay raises should be awarded at the same level and at the same time they were for the other analysts.