Unequal pay for equal work. Whether it’s the gap between workers and managers, or between women and men, some people’s labor is worth more than others. What does this pay gap say about our society’s values?
The World Economic Forum warned of women's declining participation in politics, unequal access to health and education. Germany was ranked 14th in gender wage equality, while the US slid to 51st.
Swiss activists and union members took to the streets of Bern to demand equal pay for women and more transparency from companies. A possible one-day women's strike, similar to the one held in 1991, is on the cards.
British MP Stella Creasy has launched a campaign giving women advice on how to deal with the gender pay gap. It comes just days before a deadline for UK firms to report on pay differences.
Women earn on average 21 percent less than men in Germany, making March 18 the country’s Equal Pay Day. It’s a symbolic representation of a very real discrepancy. Here’s what you need to know about the occasion.
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