When it comes to pay gaps, gender pay has filled the headlines over recent weeks, including the large discrepancies in pay seen at organisations such as the BBC.
Gender Pay Gap
As a CEO who very publicly shed light on salaries at his own company, Charlie Mullins believes wage transparency is a must for any British business.
Self-employment may not be for everyone, but there is no denying the benefits that women can experience from becoming their own boss.
We’re addressing the gender pipeline problem by observing the Wonder Woman vs Superman debate and what it can teach us about workplace inequality.
Gender pay gap reporting is only one part of the puzzle, and more needs to be done to address wider issues such as gender discrimination in order to strengthen teams in the workplace.
With gender pay gap reporting coming in and the job market being candidate-led, companies need to make sure people want to work there – not expect people (especially women) to change for them. It’s not such a tricky workforce puzzle after all.
With 2017 set to be a busy year in terms of employment law – key changes include the introduction of mandatory gender pay gap reporting, the apprenticeship levy and the potential triggering of Brexit – we discuss some of the changes.
Under new regulations, UK employers with at least 250 employees will need to publicly disclose gender pay gap information from 2018. It is hoped that this radical shift in approach will help address inequality in the UK and bring it up to speed with its better performing European counterparts.
Young kids have a tendency to say how we all often feel when we don't need to worry about the apparent weight of the world on our shoulders. With that in mind, we unveil what they had to say about the gender pay gap.
Research by Myriam Mariani and Karin Hoisl calls for action to ensure equal wages for equally performing or skilled employees – and to encourage female students to engage in scientific studies, as inventors comprise of only 4.2 per cent women.
2016 has started off with a big bang in the product innovation sector with the launch of new technology, gadgets and even robots disrupting the marketplace. But is there a place for women to make a difference in the market or not?
SMEs throughout the nation should adopt a progressive approach and voluntarily sign up to be part of any and all future gender pay gap plans, as full disclosure is a bare minimum for a group that accounts for over half of private sector jobs.