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Friday 26 August 2016
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empirical evidence that gender parity in the workplace matters

Danika Kimball
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Since the early 1960s, business leaders have argued that expanding opportunities for women in the workplace would yield positive net results. Although it’s been a long time battle, statistics show that women have not fared as well as their male counterparts in the business and technology sectors. The gender pay gap and women’s employment statistics…
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Friday 6 November 2015
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so bradley cooper is helping to address the hollywood gender pay gap

Ally Mann
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Following the Sony hack and an essay written by Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper recently announced that he would be sharing his salary information with his female co-stars to help ensure pay equality. The Sony hack revealed massive pay disparities between male and female leads in Hollywood. These disparities led many actors and actresses to speak…
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Monday 21 July 2014
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75 years for a slice of the economic pie: you may be dead before women get equal pay

Emilie Bertsch
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You may be dead before women get equal pay. A new report released by Oxfam has stated that it is expected to take 75 years for women to receive the same amount of money for doing the same work, the same way, as men. The report emphasises a promise made at the 2012 Los Cabos…
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Wednesday 25 September 2013
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if i was a rich girl: superannuation for super women

Abra Pressler
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Superannuation isn’t something that most young people think about. It’s that little bit of money from our pay cheques that we can’t touch until we’re old. To those on casual rates, students, or those new to the workforce, accessing your super seems, and is, a long way away. But a new study by Deloitte suggests…
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Tuesday 30 July 2013
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in brief: study finds australia has one of the most sexist job markets in the world

Heidi La Paglia
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In new research, the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has found that the Australian labour market is one of the most inequitable in the world when it comes to gender. The institute says that Australian women are consistently underpaid and underpromoted in comparison to men, resulting in an 18% gap between the average male…
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Thursday 20 June 2013
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in brief: cleo research shows pay gap worse in finance sector

Claire Gallagher
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CLEO magazine has confirmed that the gender pay gap is still very real, particularly for women employed in finance or insurance. CLEO research has revealed that the basic principle of ‘equal pay for equal work’ is still not operating in many of our country’s biggest banks, insurance companies and financial institutions. Although the national gender…
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Sunday 2 June 2013
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feminist news round-up 02.05.13

Amy Nicholls-Diver
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Chime for Change concert promotes female empowerment The Chime for Change campaign brought feminism to the centre stage in the UK on Saturday through the Sound of Change Live concert. Headlined by Beyoncé, the concert raised $4m to support approximately 200 projects in 70 countries, while raising awareness of maternal death, domestic violence, and female…
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