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Ginibee Jul 18
One driver of the is a talent blockage caused by limited career alternatives to full-time senior roles. This is why we are passionate about opening up full-time roles to . By partnering up, female talent will continue to progress.
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Libby Lyons Jul 18
It’s time to get this right. I’m setting the record straight. 'Equal pay’ and ‘the gender pay gap’ are not the same thing. Spread the word! 🗣 is not the
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AdelaideIWDBreakfast 15h
Do you know the difference between and the ? Libby Lyons explains.
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Flexology 54m
Is there a link between the & ? The first step in reducing the gender pay gap is to tackle in the workplace. Flexibility needs to become the norm for everyone in order for the gap to narrow significantly. ?
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Brian the Bastard Jul 22
Just one problem, the is a myth. Nothing is stopping women from working to become high earners, unless they choose to have babies.
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Umbrella 4h
"Closing the gender pay gap is really hard"... is it though? Like, maybe pay and promote women as much as you do men? 🤔
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GrantTree Jul 19
We regularly check our . It currently stands at 2.11%. That's by how much our female partners outearn their male counterparts. ♀️👊
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Swift Office Cleaning Services 23h
In 2018, female staff at Goldman were paid 51% less than men per hour. Their new London HQ reveals that they might be trying to redress the balance with their “family-friendly” revamp. Take a look at what they have to offer
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BITC Scotland Jul 17
MP Helen Whatley calls on to be the default position for all employees which would help close the , assist parents to share childcare & help businesses keep staff
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Lisa Hornung Jul 22
In my latest blog I've been exploring the in large . On average, the gap is lower for charities compared to the private and public sector. But there is quite a big difference in the type of charity. (1/2) 👉 Have a read
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MarinaGipps 19h
Replying to @BetoORourke
Are you including to end the ? We are tired of waiting.
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Rachel E Reader Jul 18
Well no surprise there. Women worst hit when it comes to housing in the UK.
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Colleen McMillan 17h
are still struggling with issues. How can we bridge this gap? via
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HRZone 19h
Is our focus on the salary masking the bonus gap problem?
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The 50% Foundation Jul 20
Recently read that boys are paid more pocket money than girls on an average, and was surprised why starts at an young age. There is also a difference in what kind of. chores children of different gender do esp in families who have both.
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Sayfty.com 3h
When it comes to , it makes sense that women's voices dominate conversations. But men shouldn't be excluded ! How can we incorporate more men's voices when talking about the & women's professional development?
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AAUW Jul 18
Did you know after graduation, women repay their loans more slowly than men, in part because of the ? Women college graduates working full-time are paid 18 percent less than their male peers one year after graduation. Learn more:
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Vivienne Porritt FCCT #fff 22h
Replying to @drsarabubb @dogpaws23
Yes, and follows suit. Data for 10% of MATs below. . Also Ch 11 of #10%braver: Inspiring Women to Lead Education 🙅🙅.
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Circle In Jul 21
According to , an astonishing 2/5 organisations that did a pay gap analysis took no action to close it. Libby Lyons explains why is not the . Read more here:
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Business & Human Rights Jul 20
In case you missed it: Four female employees file complaint against Walt over alleged gender discrimination 👉 |
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