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May Networking Lunch - Gender & Race Pay Equity Report presented by Blaine Stum.

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Blaine Stum, with the Gender and Race Pay Equity Task Force for the City of Spokane, will be presenting the task force’s findings from an in-depth analysis of gender and racial pay gaps within Spokane’s labor force and local government.

The Gender and Race Pay Equity Task Force for the City of Spokane, which includes members of the Spokane City Council, the City of Spokane Civil Service Department, the City of Spokane Human Rights Commission, representatives of businesses and business associations and academic and nonprofit leaders, held a press conference on Thursday, March 24, at City Hall to release the final draft of their report, “Gender and Racial Equity at the City of Spokane”.

Read the full report or the executive summary below then join us for an in-depth analysis of the findings on Wednesday, May 11th at the Lincoln Center from 11:30 to 1:00. 

Gender Pay Equity Task Report – Full Report, Final (PDF 11.6 MB)

Gender Pay Equity Executive Summary – Final (PDF 4.4 MB)

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