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Although compensation inequality and workplace sexual harassment continue to be top issues among employers, it turns out that many people are okay with the status quo, according to Randstad US’s report “Women in the Workplace 2019.”

“While fewer women than men believe they are paid fairly, most have no way of knowing what others earn—and most don’t care, as long as they feel they are adequately compensated for their work,” the authors write.

Research Now surveyed more than 1,200 workers on behalf of Randstad US and found that 71 percent of women wouldn’t care if a male counterpart was making more than them, as long as they personally felt they were fairly compensated. As for male workers, 36 percent feel women should not necessarily earn equal pay if employers give women more time off than men for family leave.

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