March 28th 2016
Post-Meeting Review Notes: Mind the Gap – what’s new with equal pay?
These post-meeting review notes summarise the member forum held on 17 March 2017, where we looked at the issues surrounding equal pay and the recent developments in legislation.
The anecdotal evidence seems pretty compelling; women earn 40% less than men over their lifetime, women managers effectively work 57 days a year for nothing because of the pay gap and yet 14% more women than men currently go to university. So what are the facts and what are companies doing about the issue?
Access the notes to read a summary of the discussion and insights shared by speakers and member organisations.
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