Wage Gap

Do We Focus On The Wrong Thing When Encouraging Parents Back To Work?

Pip Wilson | Posted 30.03.2017 | UK Parents
Pip Wilson

That's not to downplay how difficult it can be: balancing professional life and bringing up children is tough. I don't believe that everybody can 'have it all', and it is naïve to expect to not have to make sacrifices. But I do believe that by considering what the ideal solution for your family would be, and having both parents strive to make that happen, families will begin to enjoy the freedom and happiness that should be commonplace but, sadly, is still not.

Graduates From Poor Families Earn 10% Less Than Peers From Wealthy Backgrounds

The Huffington Post | Jasmin Gray | Posted 12.12.2016 | UK Universities & Education

Students from under-privileged backgrounds earn almost 10% less on average than those from wealthy families six months after graduating in the same su...

Women Earn £6,500 Less Than Men Five Years After Graduation, Research Finds

The Huffington Post | Jasmin Gray | Posted 02.12.2016 | UK Universities & Education

High-flying women graduates earn a whopping £6,500 a year less than their male counterparts five years after graduating, Department for Education res...

The Real Impact of Wage Stagnation

James Caan CBE | Posted 25.01.2017 | UK
James Caan CBE

Productivity has been at the forefront of George Osborne's plans for building a more prosperous nation, but how do we expect to put this into practise if wage growth continues to stagnate? Employees will not become more productive if we do not have the financial levers to encourage them to do so.

Feminism Today: Is It Missing the Point?

Sara McCorquodale | Posted 09.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sara McCorquodale

I'm going to be honest: when it comes to the current wave of feminism, I'm sliding into complete apathy... It seems today's feminism is a lot about celebrity and having a pop at other women, and less about actual action.