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Workers' Group EESC Feb 21
The has many causes, and here's another: labour market punishes women for having children. This is another reason of why . Proper and non-transferable parental leaves are needed if the burden is to be truly shared. See
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ILO 17h
How long it will take to close the ? Business, trade unions and governments gather next week to discuss the theme at the 4th Global Forum on Business for Gender Equality in Chile.
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Caroline Lucas Feb 21
Delighted to support ’s much-needed Bill to extend & Pay to freelancers & the self-employed – a no-brainer for ministers if we are to bring down the
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WomanthologyUK Feb 20
Highest educated mothers suffer biggest long-term pay penalty from part time working
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BBC The Inquiry 4h
Women still get paid less than men in every country in the world - finds out what we can do about it
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Women and Equalities 3h
Public sector employers, the deadline to report your is fast approaching. Employers with 250 or more employees have to report by 30 March 2018. Find out more: ?
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Cinema & Television History (CATH) Research Centre 38m
We're excited to announce that we are offering a small bursary for an MA student wishing to attend our symposium on & other gender inequities in the US film industry both historically & now. Further details on how to apply available soon. Pls RT
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Karen Tso 5h
Corporates working hard to prove is falling...how about one giant step to improve the numbers by appointing more female
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Women and Equalities Feb 22
Less than 6 weeks left to report your ! All private and voluntary sector employers with 250+ staff have to report by 4th April 2018. Visit our website to find out more: ?
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Daniel Zeichner Feb 22
This morning in the Commons, I commended brave academics standing up for their pensions to the Home Secretary, and demanded an end to the
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London Traffic Watch 15m
ALL Vehicles are now banned!! How come he’s got to carry it all
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Rachel Royall Feb 21
Great discussion at our board on the & our action plan c.15% largely due to more men in senior roles, 2 men apply for every woman in senior roles, profession plays a big part too
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TV Licensing Watch Feb 18
Paging Carrie Gracie BBC: another female ghetto of workplaces
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Women and Equalities Feb 20
Employees, has your employer reported their yet? The deadline is getting closer for organisations with 250+ staff. Find out here:
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Tanya Tarr 22h
Asking for Salary History is..... History. [about damn time] via
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Oscar Gould o7 7h
Replying to @realoscargould
8/ This is not a problem with pay in the slightest - or if there a problem it is certainly not demonstrated by Lee in this article. It’s simply workers getting paid differently for different jobs, full stop.
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Lara Poloni 17h
We’re already rolling out some great initiatives to advance women in the workplace but this is just the beginning. Meaningful change takes time
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Rachel Royall Feb 21
Our approach to close the & themes of our action plan: 1. Appoint more women to senior roles 2. Attract more women to professions/ tech roles where there’s an imbalance 3. Starting salary 4. Equity of access to premium payments
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WomanthologyUK Feb 21
Transitioning from voluntary to compulsory reporting: Transparency drives action
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Lara Poloni 18h
I believe everyone in our organisation has a role to play in creating a truly inclusive place to work. We need commitment at every level to see real & lasting change
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