RNLI release latest gender pay gap figures

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has released its gender pay gap figures, in line with national regulations. The gender pay gap at the RNLI is -1.5%, based on an average hourly rate (the mean average) for men and women employed by the charity in Great Britain. This means, on average, women at the RNLI are paid 1.5% more than men. This equates to 28 pence more per hour. The gender pay gap does not show differences in pay for comparable roles at specific grades. Instead, it is used as…

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Asda reduces gender pay gap

Asda has published its gender pay figures for 2020 which show that it continues to make good progress in closing the gap in the average hourly pay rates of male and female colleagues across its business. The supermarket has reduced both the mean and median gender pay rates for the third consecutive year and both figures are now well below the national average. In a report submitted to the Government’s Gender Pay website, Asda confirmed the following: – The median pay difference between all male and female Asda colleagues is…

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Women work for free for more than two months every year – says OLX in its latest campaign

Women and men should be treated equally at work. Competence has no gender and should be the only one to decide on pay, the right of promotion or responsibility. OLX Poland speaks about this in a provocative campaign. OLX for the International Women’s Day from 180heartbeats + Jung v Matt on Vimeo. Gender equality in the workplace is its main message. – There has been a longstanding mainstream debate on equality at work, which raises awareness of the scale and importance of the problem. OLX is the largest job advertisement…

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Fairtrade draws attention to the gender pay gap in chocolate

Fairtrade’s campaign is shining a light on the exploitation experienced by women farmers. It calls on companies to pay living incomes to cocoa farmers by 2030 to meet the UN’s Global Goals to end poverty. New Fairtrade research reveals a large group of women are being left behind by the chocolate industry  Data shows women could be struggling on just 23p a day, well below the extreme poverty line of £1.40  After a hard day’s work these women still have to do most of the domestic chores – combining this with the…

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S&P Global’s #ChangePays Showcases the Benefits of Greater Women’s Participation in the Workforce

S&P Global announced today the launch of #ChangePays, a campaign that combines the Company’s ability to provide unmatched essential intelligence with a goal to increase awareness of and advance the discussion around the benefits of greater inclusivity. Leveraging S&P Global’s data and insights, #ChangePays showcases the positive effects of greater women’s participation in the workplace on the financial markets and the possible future economic gains of closing the gender gap. #ChangePays is an element of S&P Global’s “Vital Statistics” Corporate Responsibility initiative, one way in which S&P Global is making a…

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