Sweden shows that pay transparency works

Financial Times contributor Katrine Marçal argues that high levels of pay transparency in Scandinavian countries has resulted in a much smaller gender pay gap than in those countries that treat pay with greater secrecy. She notes that in Sweden, businesses with 25 or more employees have to establish an equality action plan and that those companies with big pay gaps face fines if they fail to take steps to close them.

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