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Mastercard’s Randall Tucker at White House roundtable on the business case for pay equity

Mastercard’s Randall Tucker and other attendees at the White House roundtable on the business case for pay equity

The White House hosted a discussion with private-sector employers and equal pay experts last week on why pay equity is good for business. Randall Tucker – one of the few private sector invitees – represented Mastercard and discussed the company’s policies for advancing pay equity. Women at Mastercard earn $1 to every $1 earned by men, and the company is engaging its entire employee base to help close the remaining median pay gap through its Environmental, Social, and Governance modifier. Pay equity is a crucial component of Mastercard’s DEI commitments as it works to foster an equitable world and workplace.

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