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KJ Edwards 6h
Friend: I feel like all women would helicopter dick if they had a penis for a day. Me: I’d go get a better job with higher pay. Friend: ............shit
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Grace Papers Jan 21
'We’ve found that closing a gender gap without regard to cost effectiveness can be prohibitively expensive; however, only focusing on cost creates more problems than it solves.' on why attempts to close the gender often fail at
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Wage Rage 21h
US Supreme Crt may take up case to rule on if employers can ask for salary history, which perpetuates the :
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PhaidonInternational 4h
With this year’s reporting deadline looming we recap the must-know aspects of the legislation, reflect on the impact it has had so far, and consider what the gender pay gap means for organisations in 2019:
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MLCdesign3 31m
Also while you discuss you are missing the disability community where governments prohibit them from making over a certain amount of money or they lose their insurance and housing assistance. So it is a .
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Royal London 24h
'The growing number of women working full time means we will see more women auto-enrolled into workplace and higher contributions, which will help close the gender pensions ' - comments on the UK Labour Market Statistics
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Gapsquare 2h
Do you agree that nurturing current employees is the best way to close the ? As puts it "rather than just parachuting a woman in & then wheeling her out as your token woman"
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Eliana 13h
While these numbers are shameful, it's refreshing to see companies like taking steps to not only regularly check and correct pay discrepancies, but gaps in who makes up leadership positions.
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rainchq Dec 10
The gender pay gap has an even more significant impact on ethnicity minority women. In this article our founder ⁦⁩ shares her thoughts We need finance tips for women of colour: here's where to start | gal-dem
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Australian Gender Equality Council Dec 4
TODAY IS THE DAY...that women & men across Sydney walk out of work at 3.50pm to take a stand against pay inequity, and economic security. Thank you for supporting - here is her message
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Andrea Munro Dec 7
Good read 👇 Academic
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chris Jan 14
Many ( born ) started work at 15 yr before the equality act of 1975/76 & were working 7/8 years b4 ! then now due to legislation changes in statepension age many who started work @ 15 yr will work 50 yrs no choice & if you were born 1954 work 51 yes
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Karl Willis Jan 19
Replying to @meg_maclaren
Systemic sexism🤦‍♂️there are male sports that get paid much less than women on the LET, is that sexist? This is another strawman for the which can be explained by many reasons other than gender. ET and LET not the same company, therefore there is no duty to be paid the same
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Femeconomy Jan 21
Citigroup Admits It Pays Women 29% Less Than Men. Citigroup disclosed its compensation data following pressure from activist shareholder Arjuna Capital, which filed a shareholder proposal asking the bank to report on its global median via
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Charles Samuel Jan 21
A powerful solution for the American ? The same thing that solves a lot of social and economic issues: . Here's some insight from :
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Deepanker Kaul Jan 11
I learnt something interesting today & I feel is should share it. Iceland was the first country to introduce the concept of Paternity leave (i.e new dads get a leave to take care of their children) Why?
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d&i Leaders Dec 7
Gender pay gap - one year on. Alasdair MacDonald from Equality and Human Rights Commission will explore how to stay on the right side of the positive action line and what next for reporting. EARLY BIRD RATE EXPIRES TODAY - Book now at…
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WORK180 UK 19h
To find out what does to help its people succeed, visit the employer page and set up a job alert.
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Woke Tweets ™️ Dec 21
Women own 39 percent of all businesses in the US, but female entrepreneurs get only two percent of venture funding. What's causing this gap?
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ARDAL JONES Dec 7
Replying to @9631Nhs
What are you suggesting? They put up the license fee so they can afford men?
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