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Salary Transparency

Nearly 44.8 million US workers
(26.6% of the labor force)
are covered by pay transparency laws. 

This includes almost 21 million women who benefit from pay transparency laws.

(National Women's Law Center, 2023)
Led by the Salary Range Transparency Working Group

The Gender Equity in Hiring Project urges all Jewish communal organizations to include salary ranges on job postings as the standard in the Jewish communal sector.


In our Toolkit, we share

  • why and how this practice promotes pay equity in the field,

  • invite organizations and individuals to commit to salary range transparency in actionable ways, and

  • provide data and resources to help all of us effectively promote this practice.


Jewish values steer us toward equity, and when we live our values we are better for ourselves, better for our professionals, and better for the communities we serve. The alignment of values and actions demonstrates a commitment to integrity, both with our constituents and our employees. 


Thank you for taking the time to explore our resources. We hope you will join us in this important work!

"From an employer's perspective, it gives me peace of mind to know that I'm speaking with candidates who are comfortable with the range we can offer."

-Carrie Bornstein, Executive Director Mayyim Hayyim Living Waters Community Mikveh and Paula Brody & Family Education Center

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