Salesforce spent another $2.7 million on closing its pay gaps for gender, race and ethnicity

Cloud software giant and major local employer Salesforce spent another $2.7 million on closing pay gaps in its workforce, the company said Tuesday.

That $2.7 million went to adjusting the salaries of 6 percent of its global 30,000 person workforce, Salesforce President and Chief People Officer Cindy Robbins wrote in a blog post. That included addressing the gender gap globally and the gaps in pay by race and ethnicity in the United States.

“Our latest assessment shows that equal pay is a moving…