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More than half of U.S. employees believe their workplace has an issue with gender pay gaps—an increase of 121 percent since 2019.

"In 2023, the ball is clearly in the employer's court when it comes to taking steps not only to equalize pay, but also to open clear lines of communication about compensation throughout the organization," according to a report from the compensation management platform beqom.

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