Tag: pay gap

Women work for free for a fifth of the year, says TUC

With Women’s Pay Day – the day the average woman starts getting paid compared to the average man – on the 7th March, and International Women’s Day on the 8th March, TUC has revealed that the average woman has to wait  nearly a fifth of a year (66 days) before she starts to get paid, compared to the average man.

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Gerry O’Neill: Gender pay and the calculus of inequality

Recently, we were privileged to have Duncan Brown, from the Institute for Employment Studies, speak at one of our Curo Coffee & Comp events. The theme was around equal pay reporting and his talk was entitled ‘Addressing Unequal Pay: Opening Pandora’s Box.’ What was clear to all was that there is no doubt that when the lid is lifted off the Pandora’s Box that is gender pay next year many evils will fly out, but it is also true that hope will be left. There will be far reaching consequences but will they necessarily be detrimental?

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Homosexual women are earning much more than heterosexuals

The University of Washington has released a new report revealing that lesbians in the United States earn up to nine percent more than heterosexual female employees. The study found that gay men often earn eleven percent less than heterosexual males. On average, the report also revealed, homosexual women work more hours per day than straight women.

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Adam Nuckley: Don’t shoot the gender pay messenger

Is compulsory gender pay reporting really – as King’s College economics professor, Baroness Wolf, described – just “gesture politics” which “will do nothing whatsoever about the things that are really a problem for poorly paid women and which have nothing to do with widespread overt pay discrimination, for which there is no evidence at all any more anyway?”

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Working women blame unconscious bias for gender gap

Half of working women in the UK (57%) believe that unconscious bias is the biggest barrier to workplace success, with male-dominated leaders often hiring “in their own image,” according to a new report from recruitment firm Badenoch and Clark.

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