84%
Yes
16%
No
81%
Yes
7%
No
2%
Yes, and businesses should be required to publish their salary ranges for each position
6%
No, there are too many other variables such as education, experience, and tenure that determine a fair salary
1%
No, this is irrelevant because the gender wage gap is a myth
1%
No, the government should never determine what a private business should pay employees
1%
No, the current requirements in the Equal Pay Act of 1963 are already sufficient

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 @8D2GNWXanswered…4yrs4Y

Employers should pay their employees based on skill/ knowledge not gender

 @8GL8P5Panswered…4yrs4Y

Yes, but a salary or wage should reflect the qualifications, skills and experience of an employee regardless of gender

 @9HK9YD6 answered…6mos6MO

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 @9F9CTKHanswered…9mos9MO

Yes but more protection to support parental absences which is the only reason for the perception of the so called gender pay gap. There is no legitimate reason for differing rates of pay if this does occur and is already legislated against through the BORA.

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