Join the movement
Since 2013, and in partnership with Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Boston University, the Boston Women's Workforce Council (BWWC) has created regular reports on the status of the wage gap in greater Boston and what employers can do to close it. With the support of 100% Talent Compact signers, we're proud to embark on another biennial data measurement cycle to produce our 4th pay gaps analysis report. This year, we will also be introducing an industry breakdown through which signers in heavily-represented industries will be able to measure themselves against their industry average.
We are grateful to all 100% Talent Compact signers for their partnership in this effort. To ensure a successful process, we recommend Compact members to take part in the following steps:
Learn the Basics
Attend a Workshop
Zip Codes Reference Sheet
NAICS Codes Reference Sheet
Data Preparation Information for 2019 Pay Gaps Analysis
Can’t Make a Workshop or Need a Recap? Watch our Recorded Webinar Below:
Have questions about the 2019 Data Measurement Cycle? Email us.