News > All news > Wage transparency works 06 December 2018 Wage transparency works EQUAL PAY New research shows that the much-discussed measure of requiring firms to disclose gender segregated wage-statistics to clarify differences in women´s and men´s wages reduces the pay gap by 7%. An important step in the right direction and knowledge that can boost the ambition to ensure women the same pay for same work, researchers say.

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Women ran and won in record numbers this year, but the ultimate goal, activists say, is to achieve parity with men in Congress.

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A group called European Women on Boards last week released its first-ever gender diversity index and came to this conclusion: France, far and away, has by its measure the highest share of women on company boards at 44.2%. The index assessed gender representation at the 200 largest European listed companies in nine nations—Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and the U.K—in an effort to identify best practices.

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JOY YESUFU In the build up to the 2019 general elections, Nigerian women have thought it wise that if nothing is done urgently, the few women that were lucky to secure their party tickets may not get the kind of publicity they deserve to win during the 2019 general elections thereby being extinct from governance. To achieve this feat, they have called the media to make more visible their good character is capacities, competence and integrity since they do not have money for many adverts.

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Tribune Chief Reporter This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. A UNITED Nation’s report has revealed a nearly 30 percent income disparity between men and women, ranking The Bahamas 75th on its gender inequality index. The 2018 Statistical Update report for the UN’s Human Development Index put the estimated gross national income per capita for men at $31,397, with women taking home $22,156. The estimated average income for women is more than $4,000 less than the country’s gross national income of $26,681.

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