Cindy Gallop, a former BBH chair, always has advice for women making their way in the ad industry. Now she's also giving advice as a chatbot. R/GA partnered with The Muse, Ladies Get Paid, Reply.ai and PayScale to launch "Ask For a Raise" on Equal Pay Day. To access the bot on Facebook Messenger, users can search @AskCindyGallop and message away.Read More
Many factors affect how much you are paid, including the sector you work in, your age and how long you have been in a job.
But thanks to a law forcing UK employers to publish details of the differences between male and female pay and bonuses for the first time, there is a new spotlight on how gender affects pay.
The average woman working full-time in the UK earns 9.1 per cent less than a man per hour. With part-timers included, the gap is 18.4 per cent.
Find out whether there is a gender pay gap for your job and, if so, what size it is, with our calculator below.
The calculator only has data for full-time workers.Read More
2017 EDITION OF THE GLOBAL GENDER GAP REPORT.
The Global Gender Gap Report benchmarks 144 countries on their progress towards gender parity across four thematic dimensions: Economic Participation and Opportunity, Educational Attainment, Health and Survival, and Political Empowerment. In addition, 2017’s edition also analyses the dynamics of gender gaps across industry talent pools and occupations.
The median salary for women working full-time is about 80 percent of men’s. That gap, put in other terms, means women are working for free 10 weeks a year. So, if you’re a woman ...... you started working for free 15 hours ago...
Well, that is a little blunt — there are gradients on that difference. The pay gap varies depending on the occupation, working hours, education attainment, experience, and geography.
Look at when women in varying occupations would start working for free, based on the wage gap in that field (US data).
Published 26/10/17Read More