As some shocking gender pay gap statistics came in from some of Britain’s largest corporations this month, one small Bristol-based tech firm published its own gender pay data, with some uplifting results.
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.
Having touched on themes such as succession and skills, Jan Cavelle explains how issues with women amongst staff also pulled her business under the waves.
Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke, a powerful female leader on the show, and now in real life, has revealed that even she finds herself challenged by inequality in the workplace.
A look at struggles of women in the UK when it comes to finding work, and what help is available, such as the mentoring opportunities.
Donald Trump referred to Hilary Clinton, his female opponent in the US presidential election, as a “nasty woman”, a term I am confident he would not have used to describe a male candidate standing against him. A classic case of sex discrimination.
If you were to pick up the Yellow Pages, turn to the plumbing, tiling or carpentry sections and begin randomly calling independent trades-people, chances are you’d have ran out of minutes, or possibly patience, before you got through to a woman.
The chief of business lobby group the CBI has criticised business dinners for not being “very inclusive” for women.
British women working full-time are earning less than men in an overwhelming 90 per cent of sectors, according to research from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), and financial and insurance industries are the most guilty of underpaying the female workforce.
Debra Charles, the CEO of smartcard technology firm Novacroft, spoke to Real Business about the transformation of her company since its launch in 1998, and the responsibility she feels to getting more women involved with STEM careers.
British pay growth is at the highest level since 2007, but recruitment marketplace Glassdoor has found women are less positive about securing a pay rise than men.