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The study found that the average total remuneration for female managers was equal to just the base salary for their male counterparts. From

Female senior managers paid $100,000 less than their male counterparts: study

Women receive less pay than men, especially at a top management level, and are less represented on the board of organisations, a new study has found.
Job swapping: his for hers. Gaye Dell

Shared inequalities: at work and at home

Just as women face challenges in participating in the work domain, so men face challenges participating in the home domain. Emma Watson in her much-discussed UN speech observed that inequalities faced…
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Unconscious bias and its impact on the gender salary gap

Chief executives who don’t care about the gender pay gap or believe that closing it will only increase costs, might want to consider some of the benefits of audits and strategies for identifying and closing…
Covert sexism is typically wrapped in normal communication or interactions. Shutterstock

Overt or covert, sexism at work causes real harm

It is fairly common for media to report incidents of overt sexism and sexual harassment at work. Colleagues demanding sexual favours and verbal and physical abuse are examples of behaviour that have been…
It’s not just the daughters of CEOs that are likely to be subject to pay inequity. Peter Werkman/Flickr

Drinking ‘daughter water’ won’t be enough to deliver pay equity

The Workforce Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has launched a campaign to send “daughter water” to the CEOs of approximately 3,000 companies who have reported to the Agency that they haven’t done a gender…

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