Gender inequality and the disparity between men and women in the workplace has received a lot of deserved attention over the past few years. This section focuses on reporting the latest on the Gender Pay Gap, and how employers can strive for gender equality and gender diversity in their organisations.
A new white paper from workingmums.co.uk looks at how to get more women into senior... read more
A new study from Sweden shows women managers face more sexual harassment than other women. read more
The workforce in the UK is changing. By 2020 1 in 3 workers will be over 50, and by 2030 half of all adults in the UK will be over 50.
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Cranfield University's annual report on women on boards shows again that figures are being boosted mainly by non-executive directors, with little... read more
An IFS report shows women's earnings rise more as a result of doing postgraduate studies than men's, but it depends on what subject they do. read more
workingmums.co.uk has published a white paper on its recent roundtable with employers on the well being challenges of working during a pandemic and... read more
workingmums.co.uk held a virtual roundtable with employers from across industry in June to discuss agile working at a time of coronavirus and how it... read more
workingmums.co.uk is publishing a white paper on its virtual roundtable in May on the transition back to work, looking at the way leading companies... read more
A new study in Denmark shows gender pay legislation helps close the gender pay gap by slowing male wage growth and increasing female promotion. read more