Mastercard’s Randall Tucker at 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.