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Gender equality

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This investigation investigates the workforce the influences of gender inequality. It highlights the facts, statistics and benefits of equality among males and females in the workforce. In 2015, I achieved an A for it.

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Gender studies Structure Gender Equal pay for equal work Feminism Sexism Social inequality Gender role Gender inequality Gender pay gap Gender equality Women in the workforce
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Gender studies Structure Gender Equal pay for equal work Feminism Sexism Social inequality Gender role Gender inequality Gender pay gap Gender equality Women in the workforce
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Less than one in four employers have conducted a gender remuneration gap analysis to check for potential pay equity issues Few employers are taking a strategic whole of-enterprise approach to gender equality. Only 7.1% of employers have a standalone overall gender equality strategy. Less than one in 10 (8.8%) organisations have set a target to lift the number of women around the boardroom table despite only 23.7% of directorships being held by women, and just 12.0% of chairs being women. Only 13.6% of employers have a strategy for flexible working and only 13.2% of employers have a strategy to support employees with family or caring responsibilities. 19.9% the gender pay gap – full-time base remuneration 24.7% the gender pay gap – full-time total remuneration Introduction to inequality in the workforce According to wgea.go...
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