Become a Member of the 100% Talent: The Boston Women’s Compact

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Together with the leadership of the Mayor of Boston and the Women’s Workforce Council, employers may become members of 100% Talent: The Boston Women’s Compact by committing to accomplish the following three goals:

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GOAL 1: Understand the Root Causes of the Wage Gap

Members will commit to understanding the gender wage gap and the underlying causes that contribute to the gap.

Examples of Potential Measures by Employer:
  • Management review of the Council’s “Closing the Wage Gap” report

  • Employee access to the Council’s report and the Compact

  • Analysis of internal employment practices and data

  • Visible Management/Leadership engagement, including attending conferences/meetings

  • Dedicated time/staff resources


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GOAL 2: Close the Gap

Employers will commit to reviewing the evidence-based interventions in the Council’s report, conduct a self-assessment of any interventions they have already implemented internally, and implement or undertake to improve three interventions tailored to their workplace.

Examples of Potential Measures by Employer:
  • Assessment of Current State

  • Enhancements to Existing Interventions

  • Introduction of New Implemented Interventions


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GOAL 3: Evaluate Success

Employers commit to participating in a biennial review to discuss successes and challenges, as well as contribute data to a report compiled by a third-party on the Compact’s success to date.

Employer-level data would not be identified in the report. The specific data to be reported will build on data already required by federal and state authorities and should not create an additional reporting burden.


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Employers Who Have Already Signed

I am an employer who wishes to sign the 100% Talent: The Boston Women’s Compact and commit to completing the above 3 goals.

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Core Beliefs

  • The Women's Workforce Council holds the following core beliefs:


    - Equity is a competitive advantage.

    - Women are one of the Region's greatest assets.

    - When women thrive, communities thrive.

    - The gender wage gap is about more than a difference in pay.

    - Employer commitment is essential to closing the gap.

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