Equitable pay is at the foundation of any healthy employer-employee relationship.
Some organizations, such as the All England Club, have taken steps over the years to address the gender pay gap. The club, which hosts the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, began offering men and women equal winnings in 2007. Male and female players alike applauded the change."There's probably no other sport, and very few professions in this world, where a woman can earn as much as a man," said John McEnroe, tennis pro and former Wimbledon champion, per U.K. Reuters.
But more than a decade later after this momentous change in sports, the gender pay gap remains a huge issue. On average, men make 28 percent more than women across all industries, according to data from the ADP Research Institute®. For business leaders who want to ensure fair treatment for all workers, as well as recruit and retain top talent, ensuring equitable pay practices are in place must be a top priority.
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