Audi is getting lots of credit for running a Super Bowl ad endorsing equal pay for women. It's a great me age well worth spreading, considering that women still make just 80 cents for every dollar ear...
He's talking the talk, now it's time to cough up.
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WASHINGTON ― The White House announced Friday that 29 new private sector companies ― including Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Target, Visa and General Motors ― have signed a pledge committing to closing...
Ivanka Trump, who markets herself as a champion of working women and learned about busine by walking her father's construction sites, apparently does not pay interns at her namesake fashion and jewel...
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Why does Robin still have to fight for the same wage packet as her co-star? If she still has to fight for equal pay, what hope is there for the rest of us?
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Women may be underrepresented in high-paying jobs in engineering and information technology because of their choice of subjects studied in high school, according to a new study. A report from the Univ...
Mobilising women to their full potential in the workplace will not only help achieve gender parity but would provide a massive boost to the wider economy, impacting measures such as economic growth, investment, savings and national wealth.
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I believe the future is one where we do have gender balance, where our businesses are as diverse as the communities we work in and that business leaders who don't embrace this will run the risk of their business becoming obsolete.
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A new report released on Thursday has illustrated that amongst top tier managers in Australian organisations, men are paid, on average, $100,000 more than women per year. ‘Gender Equity Insights 2016:...
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The US Open was the first major tennis tournament to offer equal pay back in 1973, after champion Billie Jean King threatened to organise a boycott of the tournament. It took 28 years of campaigning but, in 2001, the Australian Open became the second tournament to commit to pay parity -- and taught us that voting with your feet still works.
In 2015 modern Australia, the gap between men and women's income should be rapidly closing but alarmingly it's getting worse and worse.