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Gender pay gap for managers over 40 is 35%

Gender pay gap for managers over 40 is 35%

The gender pay gap between male and female managers over 40 now stands at 35%, meaning women would have to work an extra 14 years to make the same amoung of money as a male manager over her career, according to a new study by the Chartered Management Institute and XpertHR. …

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Lib Dems commit to action on gender pay gap

Lib Dems commit to action on gender pay gap

Large companies will be legally required to publish the difference between what they pay men and women under manifesto plans set out by Liberal Democrats this week.…

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Wages peak in late 30s, but not for women

Wages peak in late 30s, but not for women

Average hourly earnings are peaking later and later, with the late 30s being the average, although women's wages tend to peak at around 34, according to a report by the Office for National Statistics.…

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CBI calls for targets on gender pay gap

CBI calls for targets on gender pay gap

The next Government should ensure there is a UK target for reducing the gender pay gap, according to the CBI.…

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Men and women both do better in mixed gender occupations

Men and women both do better in mixed gender occupations

Gender segregation in the workplace has changed remarkably little over the last two decades, although men and women both benefit from working in mixed occupations, according to new research presented to the European Commission this week.…

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