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Salary survey, diagram, overview, dashboard

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Written by Nina Wettergren
Updated over a week ago

In this view, you can analyze the data you will be working with in the mapping. Here, we will describe the various charts.

By hovering the mouse pointer over the charts, you will access additional information and data. If you click on the charts, you will get a larger view to analyze from.

The pay gap and the equality timer are always calculated based on mean salary.

Your pay gaps:

To see how the pay gap is calculated, click on the blue information icon in the top right corner of the overview or directly on the button below.

Unadjusted pay gap:

The chart displays your unadjusted pay gap, which is the difference between men's and women's salaries expressed as a percentage of men's salaries. When a pay gap is negative, it means that women earn more than men.

Adjusted pay gap:

This chart illustrates your adjusted salary gap, which accounts for the difference between men's and women's salaries while considering various factors that influence salary.

When a pay gap is negative, it indicates that women earn more than men.

Equality timer:

Gender distributions:

Whole pay equity audit:

The chart depicts the gender distribution across the entire pay equity audit.

Gender distribution based on salary level:

This chart illustrates gender distribution based on four fixed intervals.

Age distribution:

In this chart, you can observe how the salary is distributed across fixed intervals based on age. It aids in analyzing the salary distribution within your organization.

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