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Equality | Why better parity is needed among female leaders

Why better parity is needed among female leaders

Equality in the workplace has long been championed by both male and female co-workers; for example, breakfast cereal manufacturer Weetabix recently revealed that it has made huge progress in closing its gender pay gap. Similarly, US firm Buffer published the salaries of all of its 86 employees online in a bid to improve its gender equality. Despite these movements, women in businesses are still feeling largely under-represented and underpaid, new research has discovered. According to Instant Offices, one in five (20%) women in today’s workplace believe they are paid less than their male counterparts at a similar level of seniority, while men are twice as likely to become entrepreneurs compared to women. Instant Offices’ research is also corroborated by a recent Alison Rose study...

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