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Michelle Cohen, MD Oct 30
A thread about things male doctors have said to me about the and sexism in medicine. "I do not think the FFS system discriminates against female physicians. I believe it discriminates against all physicians who are taking the time to practice medicine properly"
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Melissa Holowaty PhD MD MS CCFP(AM) 22h
The ability of some to ignore the overwhelming evidence of the makes me question their ability to perform similar assessments requiring critical thinking.....
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EU Justice 12h
On 🎃 , a reminder that the 🇪🇺 is still haunted by a 👻 EU is coming soon.
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Extraordinary Records Oct 27
We need more women in leadership roles in the music industry.
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California Legislative Women's Caucus Oct 29
Latinas are among the most adversely impacted by the . In CA, for every dollar earned by white, non-Hispanic men, Latinas are paid just 42 cents. *Everybody* deserves equal pay for equal work.
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Security4Women Oct 28
Fact of the Day - The is still in $ terms $315 a week
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Rhea Liang Oct 29
Yep, there's the rub in the - there is a financial penalty for providing better care. It's much more profitable to just see 'em and fee 'em. 🤔
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Craven Social Psychology and Criminology Oct 29
Always stay current in both your work and your battles
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Danielle Sumy, PhD Oct 29
And now I see the staggering figure. My husband has a Bachelor’s degree, I have my PhD. We make about the same, irl.
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slavefreetrade Oct 28
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Arbury Road 10h
Without more drastic changes, the will not be eradicated for several decades in some of the EU's wealthiest richest countries, the European Trade Union Federation has claimed.
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The Working Parent Company Oct 29
Last week Kerri Summers challenged companies to adopt a more active approach to reduce the flight risk of working mothers. These were her main pieces of advice. How is your company supporting working mothers?
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Brittney Cottingham Oct 23
In 2020, women make only $0.81 for every dollar a man makes — but it doesn't stop there. Black women are typically paid just 63 cents for every dollar paid to white, non-Hispanic men. Latinas are typically paid just 55 cents.
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Lesley Barron Oct 29
Not could result in less $. It does result in less $.
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Ayana Garcia Oct 27
I will lose $1,135,440 over the course of 40 yrs working compared to a white male just because I am a Latina woman. THIS IS WHY I VOTE.
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James Wang, MD 19h
To paraphrase the late great Justice , we should not be satisfied with female physicians’ pay gap until they can make 30-40% more than male physicians! After all, men have made more for decades and they don’t seem to think it’s unfair.
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Bhushan Sethi Oct 28
South Korea has a declining fertility rate, the biggest in and is regularly last place in “glass-ceiling index”. Solutions to reduce a shrinking workforce include increased female workforce participation and paternity leave
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Stewart Roberts Oct 27
Under a wide-ranging equal pay bill currently going through parliament, women will be given the right to know how much their male peers are paid.
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PayCaptain Oct 29
“Pay gap reporting is a vital tool in understanding & tackling gender inequality." With concerns about 's impact on the as explained by , companies using PayCaptain can quickly & easily access pay gap reports to monitor progress.
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Didi Barrett Oct 29
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