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drawing of woman looking into telescope with dollar sign at end Sixty-two percent of men and 51% of boomers said they felt comfortable talking to their manager about pay, compared to 44% of women and 26% of Gen Z workers. (Photo: Shutterstock)

An unwelcome offshoot of the work-from-home era is that workers are less comfortable talking about compensation with their managers, according to a report by beqom, which could have serious implications for pay equity.

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