Condé Nast staff share salaries, highlight alleged pay inequities

As Condé Nast is rocked by claims of discrimination and pay inequality, activists have set up a spreadsheet that allows employees to anonymously share their salaries.

The Google Doc — which lists staffers’ titles, salaries, gender, race, sexual orientation and the length of their tenure at the publisher — was passed around on Twitter on Thursday.

As of Friday, more than 280 people had contributed their information.

Earlier in the week, Bon Appetit assistant food editor Sohla El-Waylly accused the mag of not paying her for videos like her white colleagues while former publicist Zaha Rahim claimed she was paid $50,000 less than a white woman who held her position before her.

The publishing giant has promised it will investigate and take fast action “on all current and historic claims of pay inequities and inappropriate workplace behavior.”