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WGEA 15h
Discussing report that finds the largest single driver of the is gender discrimination
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Tessa K 15h
It would be ace if instead of talking about 'time spent out of the workforce' we could talk about 'time spent providing unpaid care work'. The issue isn't women not being at work - it is the system which places no value on the work they do.
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She Wins Aug 20
Women need over 12 times their annual salaries to be able to buy a home in England, while men need just over eight times. This is a very real effect of the and shows why it's so important for women to always for their full value.
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Michelle Tritschler Aug 21
talks about importance of the conversation that needs to happen about women staying in the workforce
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Jill Gould 15h
It all starts with a gender pay audit. You can't address an issue you don't measure. And this CAN be measured. AND addressed
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Michelle Tritschler Aug 21
Interesting morning learning more about the Gender Pay Gap legislation coming down the line briefing
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DiversityCouncilAust 15h
Until we know what the consists of it is difficult to advocate for policy change, advise employers and address the problems says as part of panel launching today's report.
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She Wins 1h
Men are eight times more likely to negotiate their starting salary than women which has a massive effect on an individual woman’s earnings and on the collective . Here's three tips for a successful from .
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Intelligo IRL 27m
Are you Gender Pay Gap Ready? Top 5 Things you Need to Know.
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DiversityCouncilAust 10h
We need to challenge our blind acceptance that women’s work is less valuable than men’s work. Cultural change is required if we are going to achieve and sustain gender equality in our workplaces and society.
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DiversityCouncilAust 8h
It's stressful, exhausting & unfair that working women still do more housework than men with jobs. Young boys & girls should realise that care of the home is a shared responsibility. on new report by DCA
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Lisa Bell 5h
"Women need to talk more openly about pay" could this be an approach to solving the gender pay gap?
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Amy Diehl, PhD 14h
Factors driving Australia's 14% : - Discrimination (subtle & overt) - Yrs not working due to interruptions - Occupational & industrial segregation - Part-time employment - Unpaid care & work - Age Gender stereotypes underlie all of these.
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Patrick Mitchell Aug 19
Companies brace for more scrutiny of under new regs. In response to a shareholder proposal from Arjuna Capital, Citi disclosed that its female employees earn 29% less than men, without adjusting for factors like job title or seniority.
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Jack Crane 15h
surprisingly the starts in childhood with a 27% difference in pocket money, indicating we need to be tackling this issue far before it’s highlighted in the workplace
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Alison Hill Aug 15
Women are working 62 days more than men to earn the same money. Important new research from into the shows we must do more to achieve long overdue equality.
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WGEA 15h
says men need to battle gender stereotypes when taking on greater share of caring responsibilities. We need to 🛑 talking about men as ‘secondary ‘ carers.
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Australia @ OECD 3h
Facinating analysis of released today by & via . The paper estimates that hourly gap ⬇️to $2.43/hr, with gender discrimination estimated to account for $0.95/hr of that.
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Tim Lewis 🇺🇸 13h
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Dr. Karen Alexander 14h
Discrimination (direct & unconscious bias) is biggest contributor to the gender pay gap in Australia. Unconscious bias training helps - what else can be done?
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Anita Jackson 8h
Replying to @diversityandin1
And how about the that continues to flourish. True equality regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, disability etc is what is really required - and definitely not rhetoric voiced by white males who dominate Boards 🌈💐🍀
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