Women footballers playing for Australia’s national team will earn the same as their male counterparts under a deal unveiled on Wednesday and hailed as landmark for gender equality in sport.
The other fact laid bare in the Oxfam's report released on Monday is that the numbers show that 2,153 billionaires now have more wealth than the 4.6 billion poorest people on the planet.
In Australia, and almost certainly most countries, there have been stories of wage underpayment in mainly the food and hospitality industries.
The newly installed president and chief executive officer of the US Soccer Federation used their first news conference to state that settling a lawsuit filed by women’s national team players is a top priority.
From Greta Thunberg to Patricia Arquette, women have made impassioned clarion calls on everything from climate change and equal pay to #MeToo and education.
Samira Ahmed has won her sex discrimination claim against the BBC. As well as being a victory for Ms Ahmed, who will now receive almost £700,000 in back pay, this ruling
My fight for equal pay cost me my job, two years of my life and over £36,000 in legal costs. A steep price to pay, certainly — but one that I bore because, like many
The procedures, controls and standards necessary for evaluating work of equal value will be set under a decision to be issued by the Cabinet based on a proposal from the Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation.”
One goal of New York City’s new salary transparency law is to close the persistent pay gap between men and women. By requiring companies that are hiring to post salary ranges with job descriptions, the theory goes, applicants will have