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Dr Shirley Pressler #IStandWithJeremyCorbyn #JC4PM Aug 18
Precisely. We live in a value driven world which uses a male yardstick. Mainly men in power behind this, where they continually drive down any value associated with women, within the home and beyond, socially and work wise. That's why persists and
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Dr Nikki Henningham Aug 27
Today is Australian Equal Pay Day: a day to take action to close the . Australian women have been campaigning on this issue for decades and Muriel Heagney was a mighty leader as far back as the 1930s. Read about her here:
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Mariam Tokhi Aug 9
If you've ever wondered why female GPs earn less than men, here's why. If you've ever wondered why some GPs rush you out of the room at 6 minutes, this is why. If you've ever thought that GP appointments should be longer, this explains the status quo.
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Close the Gap Sep 18
Today is International Equal Pay day, the day from which women are effectively working for free for the rest of the year bc of the . We blogged about this on the 50th anniversary of the equal pay act - read it here
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Tara Kiran Sep 2
Yet another study related to the (and leadership gap) in medicine. This one found endowed chairs were more likely to go to men even after accounting for factors such as productivity ⁦
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Dr Shirley Pressler #IStandWithJeremyCorbyn #JC4PM Jul 17
isn't predicted to narrow until 2040's. New Pension Rules 2016 ensure get less payout than men, oh but that's just a historical norm
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Erin D. Michos, M.D. Sep 4
Again important to emphasize that the in Medicine exists even after accounting for productivity, speciality & other confounding factors. I am so exhausted w/ the narrative that somehow women are paid less due to just their choices rather than implicit/explicit bias.
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Courtney J. Campbell Aug 31
UK Academics: do you know of any men (yourselves included) asked to go down to a .8 contract when applying for flexible working (or for any other reason)? I only know of women, but my sample is small.
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Dr. Jennifer Kwan Aug 19
Replying to @jkwan_md
Why? Inherent gender bias/discrimination may affect referral patterns, salary negotiations, societal/patient expectations, & specialty choice etc.♀️👩‍⚕️🩺 persists across specialty groups, practice setting, rurality, & payment type. (2/2) 📊:
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Politics Polls Sep 3
The Football Association has announced that England's men's and women's international teams are receiving equal pay. Do you think men and women should be paid equally in sports?
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CEDAWPeople’sTribunal Sep 18
The is not a myth. It is especially a reality for women facing multiple forms of discrimination. Effective implementation helps to ensure for women of all races, sexualities, religions & other identities.
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Patrick Thomson Aug 10
reporting has been suspended this year. But one reason why this is so intertwined with age and ageing. Shops, caring, admin: the jobs women are more likely to do as they get older are the jobs with next to no pay progression with age.
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Filomena Tassi Sep 18
Today is the first International . Worldwide, women still make on average 20% less than men. As we celebrate the progress that has been made over the past 40 years, our government remains committed to closing the .
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Equality Rights Aug 27
Today is which marks the with the extra 59 days worked by women to earn the same as men in the last financial year. But not all pay gaps are equal: everyone has a right to equal pay for work of equal value, and the same opportunities for decent work
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Moonshot CVE Jul 29
Back in March we published data on the gender pay gap among our staff up to December 2019. Somehow it's already nearly August (not that anything has happened in between) so it’s time for our most up to date figures as of June 2020!
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LISER Jul 30
NEW WORKING PAPER by Adrian Nieto Castro . It explores gender differences in the career paths of immigrant and native parents before and after childbirth using Spanish administrative data and an event study specification. ➡️
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Miriam Mottiar Aug 19
We work in a system that values men's work over women's work and values male bodies over female bodies. Every single physician should be enraged by this. How can we provide bias-free care to our patients when our own culture is so broken?
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Diane Horvath, MD, MPH 💖💜💙 Aug 15
Also helpful: salary transparency. We are taught that it’s gauche to discuss salary with colleagues (& even explicitly prohibited from it in some cases!). My 1st job out of residency had full transparency & it was so empowering. There was also no place to hide a !
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CEDAWPeople’sTribunal Sep 18
According to the Office for National Statistics, the in the UK among full-time employees stood at 8.9% in 2019, while for part-time employees it was 17.3%. On , the UK must realise its duties to ensure women's equal pay.
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives Sep 18
The varies widely across OECD countries. This , see how your country compares ⤵️
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