Progress on closing the gender pay gap is moving very slowly.
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The gender pay gap has decreased but still lies at 13.1 per cent.
A charity predicts it will take 60 years to close the gender pay gap.
Hereford has the largest gender pay gap in the UK of £11,979.
Look out for #MeTooPay hashtag on twitter.
An MP wants to make all jobs flexible by default – how will this affect HR?
Is three of the BBC’s top earners being women a PR stunt or a genuine progression of gender equality?
Young Women’s Trust campaigns director says that in some cases, sexist attitudes shut women out of the workplace altogether. Read the story about how a woman still earn less doing the same job as a man.
In today’s free webinar we’ll be sharing analysis of the latest round of reporting and examining what it tells us about any progress in closing the gap. Click on the story to register for free.
Caroline Whaley co-founder of Shine for Women, explains why it’s vital men are as empowered as much as women if we’re to see the gender pay gap closed
New research by the Directory of Social Change (DSC) reveals massive difficulties in finding accurate and transparent figures on the gender pay gap, raising doubts about the efficacy and transparency of the wider reporting system.
A leading law firm has warned that compulsory gender pay gap reporting is not a quick fix for organisations which are struggling with the issue.
New research points to the reasons and effects of poor financial wellbeing across the two genders and asks why women suffer most.
New research reveals the real pay gap that persists in the US tech industry in terms of gender, age and ethnicity. There is clearly still a long way to go for all of us.
Find out which important demographic of UK workers are increasingly frustrated about the lack of progress in gender pay gap reporting, and why this is an important issue for HR.