Microsoft Boasts Prioritizing DEI By Paying Non-White Employees Higher

Microsoft recently bragged that it provides its White employees with lower salaries compared to non-White employees employed in similar roles, touting its so-called “pay equity” agenda.

The company’s admission was included in its 2023 Diversity and Inclusion Report, outlining Microsoft’s devotion toward the diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) agenda, primarily supported by the left.

In the report, the company pointed out that it slightly pays its non-White employees more regardless of their quality of work.

“All racial and ethnic minority groups who are rewards eligible combined earn $1.007 total pay for every $1.000 earned by US rewards-eligible white employees with the same job title and level and considering tenure,” Microsoft’s report states.

The report added, “US Black and African American employees earn $1.004 and Asian employees earn $1.012 for every $1.000 earned by U.S. rewards-eligible white employees with the same job title and level and considering tenure.”

Microsoft’s report clarified that such “pay equity represents total pay.” The company publicly boasted that it pushes far-left ideology concerning its employees.

In its report, Microsoft said that its prioritizing of DEI leads to “a culture of inclusion.”

“As a cornerstone of our growth mindset approach to D&I, we consider understanding how to be effective allies key to activating a culture of inclusion,” the report said. “This year, 96.4% of employees reported some level of awareness of the concept of allyship.”

The Big Tech company has received criticism after it decided to cap the number of White and Asian students that universities could nominate for a paid research fellowship, according to the Daily Wire.

Companies like Disney received a federal civil rights complaint for implementing a policy like Microsoft’s, basing paying its employees on diversity metrics.

America First Legal, an organization that pushes against the left’s DEI agenda, filed a complaint against Disney, saying the law does not allow a company to treat its employees differently based on their demographics.

The complaint came after the Daily Wire reported that Disney posted a so-called “wheel of power/privilege” in employee spaces around Disneyland. The display claimed that men, English speakers and White individuals are privileged because of their identity.

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