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WIMLF 40m
If your doctor is a woman, she is probably paid significantly less than comparable male doctors around her. But if she’s in Seattle, that difference isn’t as dire as in other cities.
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WORK180 UK 1h
To see why is an Endorsed Employer for Women, visit their WORK180 page. You can also set up a job alert when you realise you want to work there:
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Frank Cyzyl 24h
Shallow and simplistic thinking. Shame on you. It's been known for a long time that women work fewer overtime hours than men and don't negotiate raises as aggressively as men. THAT'S WHY there's a . Get smarter about this issue, please.
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Annike Krahn 19h
Think about 🤔🤔🤔
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Oxford Psychologists For Social Change 23h
"Women at earn on average 5.4% less than their male colleagues, according to the latest gender report. The disparity comes despite around 80% of the workforce being female." (via )
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Innecto Reward 6h
Mandatory reporting is now in its second year, but has so far made 'little difference' to the between and . The still stands at 11.9% which is almost unchanged from 11.8% a year ago. Back to the
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WORK180 USA 2h
To determine the rankings for "Where Women are Most Successful” list, SmartAssett analyzed median earnings, housing costs, the percentage of businesses owned by women, and the unemployment rate among women workers.
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WomensEqualityUK 7h
If government can't get its reporting right, how can it insist private companies do so? Up to 15% of this year’s pay gap submissions may be incorrect, with some companies simply submitting the same data as last year. This has to change.
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WORK180 UK 4h
SuperDaughter Day is headed to the UK! To get involved, please contact hello@work180.co SuperDaughter Day was created to counteract gender stereotypes and to encourage young girls to explore STEM in a fun environment 👩‍💻⁣
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Cr8InclusiveCulture 4h
While we’ve been busy, rumbles on! It’s impacted the D&I sector too... read our full Spring update here:
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Workday 15h
Did you know, that even with an MBA, the gender not only still exists, but gets bigger? Explore how women can negotiate to close the gap in this article:
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Syndio Apr 22
Remember: equal pay for equal work. This holds true regardless of age, race, gender, religion, color, handicap or national origin
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JessGoFish 20h
Replying to @JessGoFish
It's 2019. When will the and be a thing of the past?
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BankwestCurtinEC 17h
Catch up on the latest news from BCEC over your morning coffee, with our latest E-News: . This edition features highlights from Astghik and 's recent Researcher of the Year Award and a recap of our report with .
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Leading Retirement Solutions 20h
Women do not feel as comfortable about their financial situations as men do. Based on a 2018 study by the National Endowment for Financial Education, 51% of women said they are living paycheck to paycheck, while only 42% of men said the same.
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Emily J. Miller, MBA, SHRM-SCP 13h
A fascinating case study for HR. How much is too much? How wide should the pay gap be between the top and bottom tiers? >>
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InHerSight 1h
Meet the of full pay transparency: Companies like , , and
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Suzannah Chapple Apr 19
Lawyers Warn That Attitudes Need To Change To Tackle The Gender ... Via ?
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Women in Technology 16h
Computer saw the greatest reduction, but look beyond that, and you see how for women exists in different ways:
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Hannah Curwen Apr 22
This is the best thread I’ve ever read which talks about wealthy inequality coherently. I wish I could learn it word for word to recite when people question me on it!
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