Reducing the Gender Pay Gap

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Gender pay gaps are measured in different ways globally. However, on all counts, most men earn more than a woman doing the same or similar work.

Women dominate the workforce in education, yet a gender pay gap exists in those countries that measure this.

Below you will find what we have achieved to date, our plans for the future, ways you can get involved, a case study, and more resources.

 

Our Achievements

So far we have:

Blogged about this

Contributed to an article in Forbes

Written a chapter in 10%Braver: Inspiring Women to Lead Education

Run several workshops

Held a panel discussion at our global unconference

Added issue to Senior Leaders  Masters / Apprenticeship curriculum with The National College of Education (England)

 

Our Goals

This year we are:

Offering workshops / webinars on negotiation skills

Calling on employers to remove the question on current salary from application forms and also references

Writing a report on Gender Pay Gap reporting in the UK

 

 

 

 

Case Study

Coming Soon...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get Involved!

You can get involved by:

Asking how your employer will reduce the gender pay gap (if it exists)

Involving women in creating a plan to reduce the gender pay gap using the resources below

Removing the question on current salary from your organisational application form and references

Practising your negotiating skills

 

 

 

Other Gender Pay Gap Resources

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