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Redfin CEO posts blog disclosing gender, race and salary information

Would you be willing to show the world how many female managers you've employed, or the racial/ethnic mix of your workforce? That's what Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman did this week when he published a blog digging into race, ethnicity and gender at his company...
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