Women in revenue-generating roles say compensation is the top challenge they face at work, according to recent research from Women in Revenue.
The report was based on data from a survey conducted in November and December 2021 among 2,396 women who work in revenue-generating areas, such as sales, marketing, revenue operations, and customer success.
Some 40% of respondents cite compensation as one of the top issues they face at work. Additional top issues include work-life balance (35% cite) and needing to increase the number of women in leadership roles (34%).
More than half (52%) of women in revenue-generating roles say transparent compensation information is important when considering a job offer.
Some 42% of respondents say they have no idea whether they are being paid equitably compared with their male peers, and 17% say they are positive they are not being paid equitably.
Women in revenue-generating roles say the job benefits that are most important to them are the option to work from home (51%) and flexible work hours (50%).
Some 53% of respondents say working from home due to the pandemic has not had an impact on their career, and 36% say it has had a positive impact on their career.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey conducted in November and December, 2021, among 2,396 women who work in revenue impacting areas such as sales, marketing, revenue operations, and customer success.
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