This past Sunday’s episode of 60 Minutes featured a segment highlighting the still prevalent problem of unequal pay in the workplace. With women being paid 20% less than men on average, Lesley Stahl took a closer look at how difficult, yet doable, closing this pay gap can be. She turned her sights to Salesforce, a leading technology company that specializes in customer relationship management (CRM) software, with more than 30,000 employees and ranked by Fortune as the number one place to work for large companies. When CEO Marc Benioff was approached by his Chief People Officer, Cindy Robbins, in 2015 about concerns over pay inequality, he did not think that it was a problem that applied to their organization. But it did.
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