The gender pay gap remains stubbornly high in the UK, but the new rules are shaming companies into action.
Like the WNBA, the NBA went through fits and starts in its early years. Yet despite drawing similar crowds in the 1960s, NBA players earned far bigger paychecks than today's WNBA stars receive.
A podcast about confidence – from how it works in our brains and whether it can get us ahead at work to how confidence tricksters fool people into falling for their scams.
More women are on zero hours contracts but these do not feature in gender pay gap reporting.
A range of pressures are forcing companies to consider being more open about pay structures, levels and gaps. What are the risks and potential benefits of being more transparent?
The gender pay gap and CEO to worker pay ratio won't be fixed by corporate governance initiatives alone.
A new bill that would legalize abortion in Argentina has spurred surprise debate on the gender pay gap, parental leave and political representation. Will Argentinean women finally get their due?
More women are making it to the boardroom but are often promoted to an untenable and precarious leadership position.
This penalty can amount to more than 15 percent of a mom's paycheck. Ramping up paid maternity leave and high-quality child care would probably help narrow the gap.
Removing the stigma around flexible working can also remove some of the unconscious biases that work against mothers.
The gender pay gap at Canadian universities cannot be explained away as the holdover from discrimination of long ago. It's high time universities valued male and female professors equally.
Women everywhere have low status relative to men. This is a global phenomenon and there are no exceptions, and there is much work to be done in Canada and everywhere. The time is now.
Big new accountancy survey highlights the limitations in UK government's approach to pay gap reporting.
We know from every previous wave of feminist activism that some men fear loss of status and power, two things manifest in work and pay.
A combination of analysis and action is the most effective way to close the persistent gender wage gap.
It will take 217 years for women to achieve equal pay at the current rate.
Sex discrimination law has limited capacity to address the gender pay gap.
Sexism has long been an unfortunate feature of the workplace, but is male privilege still a problem when the gig economy makes most of our office interactions virtual?
Interventions designed to fix women also leave the status quo untouched. They ask women to adjust to workplaces that are primarily designed by, and for, men.
Mistletoe and wine are a dangerous combination at the office Christmas party.