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May 17, 2023 51 mins

Why do we work in the first place? To pay to live...which is an odd concept, but here we are. Wouldn't it make sense that companies should list a salary range on job listings & not prohibit their employees from talking about pay? Well, with 32 states having some form of pay transparency laws, they're starting to step up thanks to the growing salary transparency movement.

On this week’s episode of Remote Work Bestie, I sit down with the one and only Hannah Williams, founder of Salary Transparent Street. With her viral series, Hannah encourages strangers to share what they do and how much they make. She's inspired to combat discriminatory tendencies in employment and close pay gaps that affect women, POC, workers with disabilities, and the LGBTQ+ community. Hannah uses her platform to educate her community on market research, salary negotiation, and labor laws to understand workers' rights. We chat about finding out when you're being underpaid, why salary transparency is important, interesting careers, and navigating pay transparency in remote work and as a business owner. Got a question you want to be answered on a future episode or want to share the WEIRDEST things that have ever happened to you at work? Email ----

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