Why Do Female Co-op GMs Make So Much Less Than Men? Webinar

Why Do Female Co-op GMs Make So Much Less Than Men? Webinar

  |  January 26, 2021

Yes, it’s true.

HR specialist Carolee Colter’s recent study of trends in the national Co-op GM Compensation Database reveals a disturbing trend of gender disparity. At every size of co-op from the smallest to the largest, female GMs earn $10,000 to $25,000 per year less than their male peers in similarly sized co-ops. To understand the causes, Carolee followed up her data analysis with interviews of 30 female co-op GMs. Come hear Carolee break it all down and offer strategies for greater equity in GM compensation packages and practices.

 

 

 

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Carolee Colter

Human Resources for Boards &...

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