Salesforce has spent about $6 million to fix its gender and racial pay gap

TECHCRUNCH | on Tue, Apr 4, 5:00 AM

Salesforce has spent about $3 million in the last year to adjust compensation and bonuses for eleven percent of its employees, bringing the total spent on closing the wage gap to about $6 million since 2015[1]. The adjustments went into effect at the beginning of the month. Salesforce employs more than 25,000 people worldwide. Of the eleven percent of employees affected (~2,750), 68% were women and 32% of men. Salesforce says less than one percent of the pay/bonuses adjustments were due to ra...

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