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Adopting an Open Salary Model with Cuvva's Gemma Boulton

Adopting an Open Salary Model with Cuvva's Gemma Boulton

Update: 2022-09-061
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Perhaps the biggest trend in HR policy this year is pay transparency. Seven states require employers to share salary ranges with current or potential employees. Cities and even companies including Microsoft also have new salary transparency policies on the books.

When Katelin Holloway was VP of People and Culture at Reddit, she and her team rolled out a transparent pay structure. She saw first hand how these policies close gender and racial wage gaps.

Though the impact can be powerful, let’s be honest: This can be a daunting task. People Leaders still have questions about how to communicate and implement an open compensation model. But if you have the right guide, any company – at any size or stage of development – can make it so.

We cracked open this playbook with Gemma Boulton. As Chief People Officer at the car insurance app Cuvva, she has successfully rolled out an open salary model. She tells us how she rolled this out, what she would have done differently, and how 98 percent of her company is happy with this model.
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Adopting an Open Salary Model with Cuvva's Gemma Boulton

Adopting an Open Salary Model with Cuvva's Gemma Boulton

Gemma Boulton, Katelin Holloway