We’re on a mission to get the charity sector to Show The Salary when advertising roles and close the pay gaps and inequities that exist.
We’ve collated the resources you need to challenge your own assumptions, internal recruitment practices and the practices of your recruitment agency. And we’ve also drawn attention to other other out-dated practices – asking for previous/current salary and listing degrees as essential criteria unnecessarily.
Included is information on how, when asking current/previous salaries was banned, pay increased for Black candidates by 13% and for women by 8%. And how you can help to cut the gender pay gap in the UK which currently sits at a staggering 17.3%.
And you can read personal accounts from those impacted by salary secrecy on the Your Stories section of our website.
More resources and content will be added over time, and we’d love you to share any useful articles/papers you find with us along with your feedback on what would be useful. Do get in touch.
Show the salary
When you don’t disclose salary range on a job posting, a unicorn loses its wings – Vu Le, Non Profit AF
The best way to eliminate the gender pay gap? Ban salary negotiations – The Washington Post
Negotiating Workplace Equality: A Systemic
Approach – Susan Sturm
Ban Salary Secrecy – Young Women’s Trust
Stop asking previous/current salary
Perpetuating Inequality: What Salary History Bans Reveal About Wages – Bessen, James E. and Meng, Chen and Denk, Erich
Stop Asking Job Candidates for Their Salary History – Harvard Business Review
Asking candidates about current salary contributes to gender pay gap – Personnel Today
Stop asking for unnecessary degrees
Other useful resources
Our organisations can only be Open to All if we challenge our degree obsessions – Children England
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Recruitment, Hiring and Retention – USDN
Change Collective – Institute of Fundraising
Walking The Talk – NPC
This is just the start. We’ll be adding more and more resources to make the case to Show The Salary. Check back soon for more resources. Something missing? Get in touch now to let us know what you’d like to see.