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Relentless..... May 23
Re-share. 1950s born women treated appallingly. Gov fully aware women have 40% less in retirement & well known that women get 29K state pension less than men over retirement. Yet UK govt raise 1950's women's SPA from 60 to 66
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Rebecca May 24
As a woman, is pissing me off. Yes if you are doing the same job with the same credentials you should receive the same. But if a male is getting paid more, maybe he IS better qualified, has MORE experience or even ASKED for more. Some people work for what they have.
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Mind The Pay Gap May 21
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Dr Shirley Pressler May 25
Interesting fact that women's LE is declining. Having to work longer us not good for health. Didn't the recent Which report conclude women receive 29k less State pension than men over retirement? Nothing is equal at all for women in reality
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Lamont Banks May 22
. why did u terminate Tanique Wright after she reported & racial discrimination? Is it your company's policy to fire those employees who report abuse?
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Women & Equalities Committee May 23
Megan Butler from says that she has been seeing a change in financial services recently, because of reporting, and that transparency and accountability has improved
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Women's Right Are Human Right May 19
We need to recognize and value unpaid care and domestic work in the family to end extreme poverty among women.
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The Return Hub May 20
Benedict Cumberbatch reveals that he will only accept roles in projects where his female co-star is paid equally: "If she’s not paid the same as the men, I’m not doing it."
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Jo Ousterhout May 24
When we discuss and strategize how to advance and close the , we focus on young women. But there’s another group of women — those in their late thirties and above — who face a different set of issues than Millennials.
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Polly Howden May 25
Thank you for the great data and for inspiring a room full of leaders with real actions to close the 🙏
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The Flex Factor May 23
Sadly the is a thing in the world too, so how do we address this especially as self employment is becoming much more popular for working parents looking for flexibility? From .
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The Flex Factor May 25
Should women work more to close the gender pay gap? Read why thinks not, from . The 'should be about all women, not just those with management aspirations'.
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UHC Day May 23
Agree with everyone emphasizing the value of well-trained at , but can we throw in a “well-paid” as well? Commitments to “people-centered” shouldn’t stop at the patient.
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GenPol - Gender&Policy Insights May 25
Go and read our amazing RA last piece of writing on !!
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Rachel Eyre May 25
No prizes for guessing what all our new Research Domain Directors have in common 🤦🏻‍♀️
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Danielle Marie May 23
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LSE Review of Books May 23
'Some of the gendered inequalities in the workplace are first faced by the youngest workers in society, with the emergence of a gender wage gap among girls from the age of twelve'
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Michael Conroy 7h
The Should we stop calling it this and instead call it the to clarify that the basis on which the discrepancies referred to are not based on notions of but on the reality of biological ?
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Lindsey MacDonald May 22
Committed to transparency, equality and diversity when it comes to supporting young people and as an employer has chosen to report our gender pay gap.
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1DayIs2Long! May 22
. Is it your company's position and policy to pay female executives less than your male employees? There is a call for equal pay for equal work! Make things right with Tanique... We will not stop putting you on blast until it is done!!
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