First JHU Report on Staff Pay Equity released

Publication marks step toward realizing goals in Ten for One and Second Roadmap on DEI

Johns Hopkins announced today the publication of its first JHU Report on Staff Pay Equity.

The report highlights the university's significant work to ensure that all staff members are compensated fairly and equitably, receiving equal pay for equal work, and has included making significant investments in pay adjustments based on benchmarking data.

Between 2019 and 2022, pay equity investments across the university included:

  • Increased merit pools for staff in all divisions
  • A nearly 300% increase in overall staff salary adjustments
  • Salary increases for more than 6,500 staff, totaling $28.6 million

This progress is a step toward the university's realizing its goal set out in the Ten for One strategic plan of becoming a national employer of choice, as well as its goals highlighted in the Second Roadmap on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

The university has committed to continue measuring, reporting, and making pay adjustments to strengthen and improve its recruitment, retention, and advancement of a diverse and talented workforce. More information is available on JHU's Human Resources website.

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