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WGEA Aug 14
Save the date! The data is in and we can announce that Equal Pay Day 2019 will fall on 28 August 2019. The 14% gender pay gap means women must work an extra 59 days this financial year to earn the same as men.
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Edwina Byrne Aug 16
"Equal Pay Day" - the day in the year after which women are effectively working unpaid - is the most confusing possible way to say that our economy and society punishes working women.
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Equality Rights Aug 15
How the is harming older women: “RMIT University economist notes the superannuation balance gap between men and women is about 34%. It’s contributing to a growing homelessness crisis among women aged over 55.”
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#MiamiDadeCFW 10h
THE talking about for women, specifically women of color. Black Women's is August 22nd.
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Equality Rights Aug 15
2019 is 28 August, with full-time average weekly earnings of women $1,484.80, compared to $1,726.30 for men. “We still need to have more Australian employers taking action on gender equality & addressing pay equity” Libby Lyons
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Adelaide Timbrell Aug 15
50% of full-timers in AU pay an extra tax - it's 14% on average but varies by the person's line of work and employer's discretion. They also often pay 7-30% more for essentials like shampoo, body wash & razors. The tax helps us preserve inequality.
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WGEA Aug 14
The theme for 2019 is: . 🗣️ Get involved by using our social media pack and share why the pay gap matters to you on Wednesday 28 August.
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Daniel M. Jimenez Aug 13
Fellow men: isn't until March, so if you missed it this year, tell some female colleagues how much you make so that they can better negotiate.
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WGEA Aug 16
: “Women comprise half of Australia’s workforce. Yet over their working life, they will earn less than men, encounter more obstacles to their career progression than men and accumulate less superannuation and retirement savings than men,"
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Diti Aug 15
Today is Black Women's Equal Pay Day - This is the day into a working year - AUGUST 15th, 2019 - that a black woman must work in order to make the same amount as a white man made by DECEMBER 31ST, 2018. Let that sink in
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Women Employed Aug 16
Replying to @SpkTruthSummit
Black Women's is next week. Join us for an event hosted by to learn more about black women pay gap, what different organizations are doing to tackle this issue, and the different steps you can take to make a difference.
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Security4Women Aug 15
💸 What could you do with an extra $241.50 a week ​​​​​​A 14% is a difference of $241.50 in weekly earnings between women and men. With an extra $241.50 a week, what could you do?
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Security4Women Aug 15
📣 Spread the news Have you heard? It’s on 28 August 2019! A 14% national gender pay gap means women work an extra 59 days to earn the same as men. Isn’t it time we close the ?
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Equality Rights Aug 15
The remains stable at 14.0% "The gender pay gap... is a measure of women’s overall positions in the paid workforce and does not compare like roles."
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Andy Kerigan Aug 15
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KD’s 3rd Burner Aug 9
Replying to @jaekellyy_
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TONY     CORIO 18h
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Security4Women Aug 15
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Kerstin Kitzmann Aug 15
Replying to @AndreasWeck @t3n and 3 others
Das größte Frauennetzwerk in Deutschland dürften die Digital Media Women sein. Es fehlen aber auch weitere tolle Frauennetzwerke wie die Webgrrls 🙋🏼‍♀️ , die , die den ins Leben gerufen haben, und das Unternehmerinnen-Netzwerk 😀
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Ina Holley Aug 14
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