Archive: Gender Pay Gap
Statistics show women take home on average 13.9% less than men doing the same job - but why does this still happen in 2016?
Opinion Former Articles
The NASUWT has carried out extensive research and has found that far too often women in the workplace can expect to be paid less than men
Male managers are 40% more likely than female managers to be promoted into senior roles, and the gender pay gap remains largely unchanged at 23%.
Unite's reaction to EHRC's survey on the gender pay gap in financial services
Chris Keates: 'After five years in Coalition, introducing policies and measures which eroded years of progress on equality issues, it is good to see the Prime Minister apparently recognising that there are now significant inequalities in pay to be addressed'.