the Asia Pacific region, by advancing women’s equality, could add a collective $4.5 trillion to annual GDPs in 2025, which would be a 12% increase over the business-as-usual trajectory.
Salesforce became one of the first major companies to take a public stand on pay equality back in 2015 by promising to review employee compensation on an annual basis in order to help identify pay gaps.
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The unions h…
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