The UK is at risk of creating a ‘fatherhood penalty’, a report by Working Families has warned.
A paper that analysed gender differences in performance in highly competitive male-dominated environments, in this case, Chess, has suggested that it may not be competition itself that affects [...]
A study by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has suggested that hospital patients are less likely to die in the hands of a female doctor, yet those in the education system are paid [...]
The gender pay gap significantly increases for female workers as they enter their thirties and forties, the Resolution Foundation reports.
Results from a study by recruitment firm Hired indicates that the average wage for women across all sectors is 13 per cent behind their male counterparts.
Jayne Anne-Gadhia, CEO of Virgin Money, has said that women should be more vocal about pay and promotions in order to move ahead at their companies.
Men earn an average of 18.7 per cent more money than women at the Bank of England, according to latest figures from the organisation.