Bloomberg: Microsoft intern’s rape claim highlights struggle to combat sex discrimination

Natasha Lamb, a managing partner at Microsoft investor Arjuna Capital, which has used shareholder proposals to push Microsoft and other companies to publicly disclose pay equity data, says there’s every reason for Microsoft to be more forthcoming, despite the potentially unflattering results.

 

“We have this society-wide gender gap, and compensation has been locked up in a black box,” she says. “Women think that they’re being underpaid, and so you need to prove that they’re not and that’s how you’re going to remain competitive and keep that female talent.”

 

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