Transparency has been the watchword for much of November as New York City’s pay transparency law took effect. But that law — and the various others like it — isn’t the only reason HR folks are thinking more about transparency of late.
Corporate transparency may have some leaders rethinking prior reticence to sharing information publicly. For starters, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has hinted for some time that it will require more HR disclosures, though such rules have yet to be promulgated.
Employees, too, are beginning to expect more transparency across the board, from HR data to pay ranges — and numerous studies have shown that employers that are more transparent tend to have better retention.
For the latest buzz on all types of transparency, see the stories we’ve gathered below.