Posted on February 26, 2024

Microsoft Brags That It Pays White Employees Less than Non-White Employees Despite ‘Same Job Title’

Spencer Lindquist, Daily Wire, February 23, 2024

Microsoft bragged that it pays its white employees less than non-white employees who are employed in similar roles in a diversity report touting the company’s “pay equity” agenda.

The admission came from the tech giant’s 2023 Diversity and Inclusion Report, which outlines the company’s loyalty to the diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) agenda.

“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,” the Microsoft report, first reported on X, brags.

It goes on to add that “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.”

“This pay equity data represents total pay,” the report clarifies. “Our total pay analysis considers base, annual bonus, and stock awards at the time of annual rewards for rewards- eligible employees.”

Microsoft also boasted that it has successfully pushed far-left ideology on its employees, with one passage reading, “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 went on to add, “This year, 96.4% of employees reported some level of awareness of the concept of allyship.”

The company was previously hit with criticism after it capped the number of white and Asian students that universities could nominate for a highly paid research fellowship.

But Microsoft is just one of many companies that has engaged in discrimination in pursuit of the DEI agenda.

Disney was hit with a federal civil rights complaint over a similar policy that used diversity metrics to determine pay bonus structures. The complaint came from America First Legal, a foundation that challenges corporations that discriminate against white, Asian, and male employees and applicants.