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Racial and ethnic minorities in the US
As of September 2019, all racial and ethnic minority employees in the US combined earn $1.006 for every $1.000 earned by their white counterparts. Breaking it down even further, African American/Black employees earn $1.005; Hispanic/Latinx employees earn $1.003; and Asian employees earn $1.007 for every $1.000 earned by white employees at the same job title and level, respectively.
Women in the US
As of September 2019, women in the US earn $1.001 for every $1.000 earned by their counterparts who are men. This year we have expanded our publication of our equal pay data to report on how women are paid in our five largest markets outside the US based on employee population. As of September 2019, women in the US, Canada, China, Germany, India, and the United Kingdom combined earn $0.999 for every $1.000 by men in these combined geographies.
Our different experiences connect us
We engage and connect to communities inside and outside Microsoft through several opportunities in partnership with our eight Employee Resource Groups and 40+ Employee Networks.
Founded in 1989 as the first Microsoft-sponsored employee resource group, Blacks at Microsoft (BAM) encourages students to pursue a career in technology by awarding annual scholarships to outstanding high school seniors in addition to hosting a speaker series and various mentoring programs.
GLEAM, the Global LGBTQI+ Employees and Allies at Microsoft employee resource group, provides support, advocacy, networking opportunities, external outreach to community non-profits, and promotes education within Microsoft. GLEAM also actively helps to attract, retain and develop LGBTQI+ people and raises awareness about the LGBTQI+ community to increase ally engagement.
Representing employees with conditions such as hearing loss, blindness, visual impairments, ADD, mobility disabilities, and dyslexia, the Microsoft Disability Employee Resources Group (ERG) drives internal visibility and collaborates with product teams to design, develop, and build accessible, inclusive products. The group awards a scholarship for a high school senior living with a disability.
Military at Microsoft advocates for current and former military members, spouses, and supporters worldwide. The group works closely with Microsoft Software & Systems Academy (MSSA) to provide transitioning service members and veterans with critical technology career skills.
Representing 17 ethnicity groups, the Asians ERG empowers everyone, regardless of life experiences, to achieve more. The group also provides knowledge and insights on technology and business trends for Asian markets.
Community of Families
The Families ERG provides resources, shared experiences and information, and serves as a voice of support for our diverse families across Microsoft, Signature events include Bring Your Kids to Work Day and the annual MS Adoption Fair.
The Hispanic/Latinx Organization of Leaders in Action (HOLA) helps recruit, retain and advance current and future Hispanic/Latinx employees. The group also engages the Hispanic/Latinx community in developing products and services and serves as a resource for promoting products to Hispanic/Latinx communities and organizations worldwide.
Community of women
Women at Microsoft actively helps to attract, retain, and develop women around the world. Its programs focus on sparking girls’ interest in technology careers, supporting women-focused initiatives and organizations, and providing career and professional development resources for women once they are employees at Microsoft.