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4 ways to improve gender equality at work

4 ways to improve gender equality at work

Gender inequality has yet again been brought to the forefront, with female celebrities at the Golden Globes awards wearing black to show solidarity with victims of sexual harassment and gender inequality.

In addition, over in the UK, there was the resignation of Carrie Gracie, the International Editor for China at the BBC over pay disparity. The pay disclosure revealed Gracie was paid much less than two male international editors and she has resigned because she did not want to “collude” in unlawful pay discrimination.

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