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Wage gap evaluation survey template



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Do your employees believe they’re paid fairly? The perception of a wage gap between different races, genders or other identities can exist even at companies without a real disparity. This survey gives your people a chance to express whether they think they’re paid appropriately, whether the payment process is transparent enough, and whether promotions are considered fair.

This survey template asks employees to evaluate compensation and promotion opportunities both on a personal level (am I paid fairly) and overall (is my company fair). The survey also includes demographic questions, so you can filter responses to identify trends.

40% of Americans believe that there is a wage gap at their company right now.

This survey can act as a general barometer for how satisfied your employees are, and also help you understand perceptions about your culture as a whole.

Use this survey if:

  • You’re struggling with retention, especially of minorities or other underrepresented groups
  • Your company or others in your industry are facing scrutiny about compensation practices
  • Women, racial minorities, and other groups are underrepresented in your leadership team
  • Employees have expressed dissatisfaction
  • You want to invest in the wellness of your people and show them that you are listening

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