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Women will have to wait 71 years for pay equity, says ILO

Women will have to wait 71 years for pay equity, says ILO

Women have only become marginally better off with respect to equality at work in the last two decades and at the current rate pay equity between women and men will not be achieved before 2086, according to the International Labour Organisation.…

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A fifth of organisations have never done a gender pay audit

A fifth of organisations have never done a gender pay audit

A fifth of organisations have never carried out an equal pay audit for gender and only three in five currently carry out pay audits for gender, according to a new study by BITC.…

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Gender pay gap mainly due to inequality, says report

Gender pay gap mainly due to inequality, says report

The gender pay gap in public relations is partly explained by factors such as parenthood, part-time work and length of service, but most of it is purely about inequality, according to a study by The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR).…

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Labour calls for mandatory pay audits of the gender pay gap

Labour calls for mandatory pay audits of the gender pay gap

Labour has called for legislation on ‘pay transparency’ to make publication of the difference between men and women’s pay by big companies mandatory.…

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Gender pay gap narrows to 9.4%

Gender pay gap narrows to 9.4%

The gender pay gap has narrowed to 9.4%, according to the 2014 ONS Annual Survey of Hourly Earnings bulletin.…

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