Research finds that most women do not know what their male counterparts earn
The Fawcett Society, which was established in 1866 in honour of Dame Millicent Garrett Fawcett, the suffragist campaigner, has reported that only four out of every 10 working women can say confidently that they are paid the same as a male colleague doing the same or a similar job. It has called for women to be given the right to know what their male colleagues earn so that they can challenge unequal pay.Link to article on LexisNews
Category: Employment » Equal pay. Area(s) of law: Employment.