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LMIC 14h
At : Up next is the keynote address by Nicole Fortin from discussing Earnings Inequality and the in Canada. Chart below shows the benefit of decreasing the gap by 25 per cent by 2025
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Chris Lennartz 18h
In class: Correlation and Causation between larger shoe sizes and high income. Female Tutor: "Because men have bigger shoes... (pauses) and because they work more." Yeah... just completely ignore the 21% gender pay gap.
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A Better Innovation 2h
rt The gender pay gap for hourly and bonus pay in , and . View the full infographic here > ... cc
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KerberRose Certified Public Accountants 11h
Pay inequality. Does it affect you? Does it affect your company, employees, culture or morale?
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economia 18h
Why reporting rules should apply to ethnicity
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Hero Oct 14
Replying to @jordanbpeterson
Is there a ??? Every and indeed every young girl growing up today should give a listen. Having a complex is more likely to give young women an excuse not to bother, rather than push them to achieve!
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Trina Dawes Oct 15
Clair Foy is paid 10k less than her male-co star Matt Smith in a Netflix drama. Well, what can you say
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Sue Lane 20h
Replying to @walestuc
agree the theory but as who's experienced discrimination throughout my working life despite Equal Pay & Sex Discrimination Acts etc, there's still bias, even if subconscious, against women ref comment
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Elizabeth Whitman 11h
New research shows that breastfeeding may feed the gender pay gap despite onsite rooms and other accommodations.
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Miami-Dade Women 7h
Report: Miami-Dade Women Make 87 Cents to Every Dollar Males Make via
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Davinia Tomlinson 9h
Love this. Action beats rhetoric any day.
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LMIC 9h
Many interesting insights from the conference on education, immigration, and health. What are your thoughts?
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Abbey Research 14h
lunchtime read: Already paid less than men, women are still asked to do the ‘office housework’
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Canter Levin & Berg 17h
Young women being let down in workplace, despite and reporting via
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Global Accounting Network 13h
Our analysis of ONS data has revealed that male financial directors earn, on average, almost £30,000 a year more than their female counterparts. Find out more in this covers our findings.
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3R Strategy 21h
Businesses may be required to report ethnicity pay gaps, says prime minister. Mandatory reporting will allow workers to progress 'regardless of their background', as CIPD welcomed potential legislation.
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Ginibee 16h
"The does not stem from a lack of women in the workforce, but rather structural and cultural barriers that prevent women from travelling up the " - interesting stats from
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Emma Waltham 10h
The impact of costs on mums
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Gemma Piggott Oct 16
Brilliant article on the Gender Pay Gap and the Public Sector, have a read...
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States Assembly Oct 15
Does your gender limit your opportunities at work? We've met lots of people since 12pm, with most agreeing gender does affect opps at work. Drop by for a chat & pick up a poster to put in your office - we're on King St. (by Jack Wills) until 2pm
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