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On 10 th July 2019, the everywoman team hosted a Thought Leadership Roundtable in Toronto, Canada with female business leaders to discuss the current issues facing women at work in Canada. Below is...
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The ‘motherhood penalty’ is a leading contributor to the gender pay gap, with women who have children by the age of 33 earning 15% less than their childless peers. So, which companies are taking action to encourage a more gender-equal approach to parenting?
According to a new report by The People’s Pension, the gender pensions gap is more than double the size of the gender pay gap, with the average female pensioner being £7,000 a year worse off than her male counterpart.*
The conversation on ageism is gaining momentum. More stats are being revealed, such as that ageism starts at 46 in the tech industry*, and more people are speaking up – Madonna recently declared she was ‘being punished for turning 60’.
Vodafone has introduced a policy offering up to 10 days’ paid leave to its employees across the globe, as well as making specialist support available to those affected.
21st May is the United Nations’ World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. To celebrate, we take a deeper delve into how a diverse workforce helps a business to succeed.
UK insurance firm to reduce working hours to allow more time for outside commitments.
The UK’s latest gender pay gap report shows figures haven’t improved since last year. Hazel Davis asks five experts for their take on the statistics.
“The world expects balance. We notice its absence and celebrate its presence”.