equal pay day
The gender pay gap is unlikely to close for 60 years – unless we act now.
Germany's gender pay gap is the second-highest in Europe.
The broadcaster revealed in July that just a third of its top earners are women.
Today is the day women stop earning but just keep right on working. It's Equal Pay Day. 10th November is the day this year
Female BBC employees around the world are using Equal Pay Day to demand that bosses end the gender pay gap, months after
Progress has stalled in the last three years.
It will be another century before women get paid the same as men, experts say. The Fawcett Society, which lobbies for women’s
It is shameful that almost 50 years after the Equal Pay Act some women are still paid less than their male colleagues doing the same or like-for-like work.
Today (Thursday 10 November) marks the last day of the working year for women throughout the UK - or so it should. From now until the end of 2016, working women are now, on average, providing their services for free - highlighting the 9.4% gap between average pay of full-time male and female employees.
Today is Equal Pay Day and, for the rest of the year, women in the UK will effectively be working for free thanks to the