Society is changing: more and more women are becoming the primary breadwinners and an increasing number of men are moving into stay-at-home roles. The media is bringing inequalities between genders more to light and thus causing corporations to change their pay policies under these pressures. There are also salary history ban laws being enacted in many jurisdictions across the United States that will theoretically pay people based on their qualifications, regardless of their previous salary history, to help “level the compensation playing field.”
I had the pleasure of interviewing Aram Lulla. Aram is the general manager of the HR division for Lucas Group, recently named one of the top 10 executive recruiting firms in the nation by Forbes for 2019. A seasoned HR recruiting professional based in Chicago, Aram has helped connect clients to candidates for over 25 years, the last 10 of which have been at Lucas Group. As the son of a Chinese mother and an Indian father, Aram strongly values the importance and validity of others’ perspectives, and he has built a highly accomplished HR recruiting career by holding the success and satisfaction of others as his paramount goal.
Read the Entire Article Here: “‘5 Things We Need To Do To Close the Gender Wage Gap’, with Aram Lulla and Candice Georgiadis,” Medium.com, by Candice Georgiadis