Gender pay gap

Gender Pay Gap Widest in Top Leadership Roles, Finds Survey - Sakshi Post
Mar 17, 2023
angalore: Harappa - part of Asia’s largest integrated Learning, Skilling, & Workforce Development company upGrad, today unveiled, ‘The Grand Women & Workplace Report’ — India’s most...
Representational Image - Sakshi Post
Nov 13, 2018
Australia has reduced the gender wage gap by 3.4 points in the last five years despite the fact that women continue to earn on average less than 80 per cent of what men earn, according to a...
Representational image - Sakshi Post
Jan 18, 2018
The pay gap has fallen from 10.5 percent in 2011 to 9.1 percent in 2017, but remains positive in value, meaning that on average men are paid more than women
Google has been accused of “systemic compensation disparities against women pretty much across the entire workforce.” - Sakshi Post
May 27, 2017
Google claimed that its own analysis of its data showed no gender pay gap, and that its pay model prevented such discrimination
The survey was categorised under the parameters of- workplace, growth and safety - Sakshi Post
Mar 06, 2017
About 68.5 per cent women of India Inc feel that gender parity is still a concern
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