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Ngozi Onuoha Aug 9
Studies show that under the care of a female doctor, women are more likely to survive after a heart attack. 👍 Thumbs up to female doctors. Now do something about the
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WomensEqualityUK Aug 15
Just a reminder: There are more Chief Executives of FTSE 100 businesses called Dave and Steve than there are women and ethnic minorities
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Gen Z Gender Pay Gap Aug 15
Started first day of HS senior year today 🎓 And new job... getting paid no less than the guy who had the job before me ✅
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MEN HEAL Aug 16
According to UCAS, more women apply to nursing, education and social studies, why? Is it sexism? No, it seems women CHOOSE to apply to these courses at more than twice the rate as men... so there are more women on these courses.
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Women and Equalities Aug 15
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2to3days Aug 13
Is it time to say goodbye to the traditional 9-5? Companies that don't will be left behind when it comes to reaping the benefits of !
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WomenEd North East Aug 15
event on TUES 18 SEPT 2018 at Quality Hotel, Boldon 4:00-6:30pm in partnership with . presenting on What price equality? Register now Or email nsmith@nunthorpe.co.uk to attend or present.
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KCL Diversity Aug 10
If There’s Only One Woman in Your Candidate Pool, There’s Statistically No Chance She’ll Be Hired... a study from and some fascinating behavioural insights on the .
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Redington Aug 14
"When I became CEO two years ago I wanted to lead a company that was inclusive, diverse and fair. As part of that, we thought it was incredibly important to close the and remove any unconscious bias we had within the firm." - , CEO
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Trevor Downs 12h
Daughter's reaction to hearing women dominated teaching profession gets disrespected by LAUSD with their offer of 2.5% compared to male dominated Principals getting 3%! Both offers silly, but come on, teachers are front line on in children's lives!
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Jasmine Knowles Aug 7
Today is marking the extra months that black women in the US would have to work just to catch up to what white men made by Dec. 31, 2017. When we talk about the we must remember intersectionality & how race also affects pay equity
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Boston Women Aug 7
In Boston, Black women take home $0.52 for every $1.00 a man makes. Boston is the only city analyzing wage data from employers to measure & close the . Read the report to learn how:
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Ioana Belu Aug 13
Soo speaking of gender pay gap, just FYI, Simona Halep received a check of 500 K for winning Rogers Cup, while Rafa Nadal took home 1 mio...
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Ollie Aug 8
I will never understand why some people seem so indoctrinated by society that they still refute the idea that the is real, significant and is not just going to go away.
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Jamie Lundine 18h
White male professors earned $8,243 above the mean, while black women professors earned $30,757 BELOW the mean. These are 2006 Canadian census data, in The Equity Myth (Ch 3 by and Peter S. Li )
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Emer Bucukoglu Aug 10
New research from YouGov demonstrates that 44% of workers at organisations with 250 or more employees say their employer has still not made their gender pay gap clear to them, four months after the reporting deadline.
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UN DESA Aug 13
The is still pervasive in the world today. If we are to achieve the - this has to change! Get more data from the latest UN DESA SDGs Progress report:
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Victoria Aug 14
'... if the civil service is committed to increasing representation of women in senior leadership positions, they need to show that they reward and value women as much as men' My thoughts on the via
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Workers' Group EESC Aug 9
that the in the EU is over 15%? In some countries, like or , over 20%. must not only be on paper, real equality is needed. See full statistic at
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FoundFlourish Aug 8
According to the Office for National Statistics, when all workers, full and part-time, are included, the pay gap is 18.4%. “This … means that women effectively work for free for the first 67 days of the year,” said the TUC.
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