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Mary Byrne 7h
no poimt in building this hospital if we dont pay nirses enough to be able to live anywhere witjin commuting distance. best hospital needs to attract best staff.
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Matt Thorne 6h
Replying to @moz1994
Just fighting for justice
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Evie Dec 20
Women: there is a gender pay gap... But not for the reasons you've been told. Many of us choose industries and jobs that we find more fulfilling but often pay less. We also, on average, work less hours. Why? Because we want a more balanced lifestyle. Is that so bad?
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Simon Fleming 🔨 Jan 8
- still work to be done,across . & needs to stop.makes less safe & less kind for patients & staff - Getting gender wrong is exemplar of wider cultural issues.that needs to change too
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kent buse Dec 21
Gender equality - good for women; good for men; good for people with non-binary gender identities. Good point blank.
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UN Women Dec 16
Change is possible. Let's close the !
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Lady Karren Brady Dec 23
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Grainne Murphy Jan 5
Suggestion: Nollaig na mBan should be a national holiday when no woman works (paid or unpaid) I know that's unrealistic but imagine if every woman/girl, cis/trans just met together and partied on 6th January, world-wide. used to positive effect.
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Visme Jan 14
Is parenthood the real reason for the gender pay gap? 💼 We analyzed the most recent US census data for 467 occupations and found that the main source of the pay gap lies in the difference between the number of hours spent at work
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SolutionsU 19m
Millions across the globe took to the streets yesterday in the 3rd annual . The event has taken on broader themes since its inception to include challenging bigotry, inequality, the & . We look at :
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O'Brien Institute Jan 18
These discussions are now coming to the fore
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Jane Currie Jan 18
Thanks for organising a great meeting! It’s become one of my favourites. Also thank you all for welcoming my little sidekick - I couldn’t have come otherwise.
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CouchSpecimen 10h
NO WAY Women currently play for the same prizemoney as the men who play . That right there is your but dont hear anyone whinging about that in the PC media or social media.
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Lisa-Marie Ferla Jan 18
No plans to extend reporting to mid-size firms, partners: Helen Corden comments
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SalleePoinsetteNash Jan 9
Erm, WHAT?! Time to change my bank "HSBC has the worst gender pay gap among UK banks - Its average grew to 61% in 2018, versus 59% a year earlier. It means employed at HSBC earn just 39p for every £1 pocketed by male colleagues"
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SustyVibes 1h
Respect Women. Believe Women. Image Credit: UNwomen
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Lisa Carr Jan 3
Kicking off 2019 with this important event on Jan 23rd here at . Delighted to be chairing a panel debate on the as we gear up for year 2 of reporting. Fab panelists inc & : Sign up here: !
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UN Women Jan 6
Let's close the for a gender-equal world that will benefit everyone, everywhere!
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Lisa-Marie Ferla Jan 19
Government responds to reporting recommendations
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O'Brien Institute Jan 18
Gender biases are embedded in the system, but not just in medicine. A recent editorial points out that female faculty members in universities are making $13,750 less than male counterparts.
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