The reality is that gender inequity takes a toll on all employees, not just women. (Photo: iStock)

When we look back, we’ve come a long way in terms of gender pay inequity, and we’re getting better about paying men and women fairly for the same work. The most recent research by compensation data and software company PayScale, where I work, shows that the pay gap between men and women has shrunk.

However, there are many facets to this issue which must be explored to really understand the impact on not only women, but on our overall workplace culture.

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