Gender inequality is receiving more media attention than ever before thanks to a series of recent high profile events, and the issue of sexism in the workplace is one that is a hot topic among [...]
The US Department of Labour has accused Google of discriminating against its female employees after it claimed to have found “systematic compensation disparities”.
Iceland plans to introduce a bill that will require public and private companies to prove they pay men and women equally.
Women, Equalities and Early Years minister Caroline Dinenage has told First Women that publishing gender pay gap data means companies will be better able to tackle wage discrepancies.
To mark International Women's Day Oxfam's online store is discounting selected items of clothing by 23 per cent. The percentage represents the global gap between men and women's pay.
Women effectively work for free for 66 days compared to men and today, 7 March, marks the day the average woman starts getting paid compared to the average man.
A report from the Institution of Engineering and Technology showed that between 2012–2015, women made up 47 per cent of the UK's workforce but only 13 per cent of STEM workers.