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Male experts outnumber female ones by four to one on news

Male experts outnumber female ones by four to one on news

Male experts still outnumber female experts by a ratio of four to one on flagship news programmes, according to a new report.…

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Employment tribunal claims fall following introduction of fees

Employment tribunal claims fall following introduction of fees

The number of employees making claims against their employer fell dramatically in August following the introduction of a new fee intended to slash the cost of running the Employment Tribunal Service, a leading law firm has claimed.…

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A quarter of working mums feel they have been discriminated against

A quarter of working mums feel they have been discriminated against

One in four mums who have returned to work believe they have been subjected to discrimination, either before or after the birth of their child, according to a survey.…

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Harman asks newspaper editors for stats on the women they employ

Harman asks newspaper editors for stats on the women they employ

The deputy leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman has written to national newspaper editors asking them to make public the number of women over 50 they employ.…

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Plans to review equality duty are 'dramatic step backwards' on women's rights

Plans to review equality duty are 'dramatic step backwards' on women's rights

Plans to abolish or weaken the Public Sector Equality Duty, which protects public sector workers from discrimination and harassement, are part of a ‘dramatic backwards step’ on women’s equality and rights, according to a new report by the Fawcett Society.…

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