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Pay Transparency: Exploring the Research, Policies, and Implications for Low- and Moderate-Income Workers

A conversation on what we know about pay transparency

April 3 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm CDT

Illustration representing a group of people examining online payments.

We invite you to join us April 3 for a virtual convening highlighting considerations from recent research and policies surrounding pay transparency—policies that require certain employers to post salary information in job postings or at points in the hiring process.

The event will feature a panel discussion of subject matter experts from the academic, business, and policy sectors who will provide an overview of this important aspect of the labor market and how it impacts the experiences of low- and moderate-income workers. We are excited to host this event, as we believe that better understanding how the labor market functions for workers is a key part of the Minneapolis Fed’s mission of pursuing an economy that works for all of us.

We hope you will join us for this important conversation!




1:00-1:05 pm CT

Welcome, Overview, and Introductions

Alene Tchourumoff, Community Development and Engagement, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

1:05-1:50 pm CT

Panel: Recent Research and State Policy Actions on Pay Transparency 


  • Zoe CullenHarvard Business School
  • Tiffani DanielsMinnesota Business Coalition for Racial Equity
  • Katherine EysterU.S. Department of Labor
  • Moderator: Hue Nguyen, Community Development and Engagement, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

1:50-1:55 pm CT

Closing Remarks

Ryan Nunn, Community Development and Engagement, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

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