No salary listed: how and when to ask how much a job pays

Australian National University chancellor and former Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop says more organisations should be open about what they are paying their staff.

“If you are looking for trust within an organisation, there should be greater transparency about salaries,” says Bishop, as keynote speaker at SAP HR Connect 2021.

SAP Australia and New Zealand head of human resources Debbie Rigger says the software company implemented a global job architecture framework to address issues such as the gender pay gap.

“We introduced salary transparency in 2015 to build greater trust where employees can see their compensation range for their specific career and grade level and entire job family,” she says.

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