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169: Brainfood Live On Air – Ep155 – Moving to Salary Transparency

May 19th, 2022

Moving to Salary Transparency


It’s becoming cool – and in a growing number of regions, it’s also becoming law. Publishing how much you pay for a certain role has a number of strong arguments for: more equitable income, remove bias, upgrade employer brand / reputation, perhaps even improve recruitment efficiency by providing a mechanism for self selection by candidates.


So, what do you do when you want to move to salary transparency? We are talking to recruitment managers who have overseen this move and figure out what they know having seen it and done it.


– Was there resistance?

– How bad was the attrition?

– What happened to legacy salaries which were now out of level?

– What is the impact on hiring for candidates, especially in this hyper competitive market?

– Who was most for / against the idea in your business?

– How has salary transparency changed recruiting?


All this and more with Annie Jackson, Head of Talent Acquisition (CLEO), Mick Griffin, Chief Growth Officer (TRAFFIT), Raluca Jamault-Otelea, Talent Acquisition Director (360Learning), Matt Bradburn, Founder (People Collective) & Jessica Zwaan, COO (Whereby)


Thursday 19th May, 12pm BST


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