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BSB 115 VBD brief

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This is the VBD brief for BSB115 due in approx. week 5. From the Queensland University of Technology.

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Sexism Employment compensation Gender equality Discrimination Economy Social status Economic inequality Income distribution Equal pay for equal work Gender pay gap Gender gap Gender role
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Topics this document covers:
Sexism Employment compensation Gender equality Discrimination Economy Social status Economic inequality Income distribution Equal pay for equal work Gender pay gap Gender gap Gender role
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Despite this, the average weekly earnings between men and woman between 1990 and 2010 shows a staggering gender wage gap of 15.5-17.5 percent (Richards & Busch, 2013). This is obviously a managerial issue as it regards wages and employment tactics (Trauth, 2006). Specifically, this gender pay inequity is present in the Australian information and communications technology, ICT, sector and is driving women to leave the industry and seek employment in other fields (Langshaw, Price, 2015). Modern management tactics such as worker relationships and empathy can be used to create a welcoming a fair working environment. Furthermore, creating transparency with respect to gender pay in individual organisations will create less room for unethical employment choices 2.0...
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