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Maggie Chan Jones 1h
Kudos to for leading the industry in achieving pay parity between women and men globally. I’m looking forward to the day when this is expected to be the norm. / Adobe Achieves Global ...
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Security4Women 14h
We pledge to to pay equity and end the this .
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Tanya Tarr 5h
too busy writing about the and pet costumes but I am a fan of their podcast! (If you need a break, here's what I found out about pet costumes:
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Stewart Mott 3h
throughout working life results in . Additional State Pension (formerly SERPS / S2P) entrenched gender pay gap into state pension. Method of calculating state pensions is as important as when it’s payable from.
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Lady Karren Brady Oct 21
This morning in I discuss my brand new project to support & empower women to demand a higher salary and help close Would love to hear your views? X
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Victoria McCallum 3h
It's not about their partners, but about their employers. Dunno what is up with this title but... EMPLOYERS - LEGISLATION CHANGED 3 YEARS AGO. CHANGE AND PROMOTED YOUR NEW POLICIES
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Charlotte Heath-Bullock 10h
Good on saying that women should be more assertive and stop being grateful. Who else is signing up for masterclasses
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Sue Lane 4h
given & discrimination against women of childbearing age + sundry other things like divorce settlements based on SPA of 60, time to prepare seems a side issue - we'd all be better off financially had we been born men, that's the real inequity
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The Method 14h
Yes! Having more women CEO's will also help diminish the as men currently make up the majority of higher paid jobs
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Diane Crone #FBPE 2h
Can't believe our top profile women presenters aren't higher in these rankings..... Esp don't you think so plus others????
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Ideal Role 13h
61% of women would consider a company’s gender pay gap when applying for jobs. The survey also found it affects their motivation and if they would recommend the employer. Learn how companies that have a clear plan to address the can thrive.
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The Lightbulb Tree 11h
Interesting read on equality when it comes to flexibility. "Successfully sharing their role as parents is essential for women to continue the progression of their careers and is key to closing the gender pay gap."
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Security4Women 14h
A 14.6% is a difference of $244.80 in weekly earnings between women and men. Let’s to pay equity.
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Security4Women 14h
Implementing a strategy over 10 yrs, wages in teaching, nursing, aged care, child care and health increase faster than in other occupations would ‘revalue’ the financial rewards to those working in these sectors and would work to close the
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Foundation East 13h
Our latest blog is a guest contribution from and explains what your SME needs to know about the gender pay gap
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The Happiness Index™ 12h
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Lesley Barron 13h
Sorry I stand corrected. However, given that relativity differences are a large part of medicine's I would have thought at least 50 % female membership, if not more would be ideal.
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Elaine  #OneVoice #Greers Law ❤️ 7h
Replying to @LawDonut
JULY 2018 "Based on the median pay gap, 78% of companies were found to pay men more than women, while just 14% were in favour of women, and 8% paid equally. On average, men are paid 9.7% more than their female counterparts." = UNFAIR! UNEQUAL!
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Insigniam 19h
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laura.mc 11h
I’ve recently watched Netflix’s tv show’s episode on the , where they pretty much narrowed the issue down to women choosing to have children. I like ’s article way more:
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