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The Guardian view on the gender pay gap: a symptom of deep prejudice
Editorial: Women’s work has been systematically undervalued for far too long. Now the scale of the problem cannot be denied
Articles: 2 (Rank: 3)
Tonality: 2.0
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Tonality: 0.0
  • The gender pay gap reports make it crystal clear that women are systematically undervalued.
  • Editorial: Women’s work has been systematically undervalued for far too long.
  • The mechanism that has exposed the gender pay gap is not speeches but law.
  • Thanks to data published ahead of a midnight deadline on Wednesday, a clearer picture is emerging of the extent to which British women are systematically paid less than men.
  • About 78% of companies report a median-wage disparity in favour of men.
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We’ve set up #PayMeToo to ensure women earn what they deserve

The gender pay gap reports make it crystal clear that women are systematically undervalued. But there is action we can take, says Labour MP Stella Creasy

Text length: 5168
Tonality: 7
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Published: 4. 4. 2018 15:16:08

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 4

The Guardian view on the gender pay gap: a symptom of deep prejudice

Editorial: Women’s work has been systematically undervalued for far too long. Now the scale of the problem cannot be denied

Text length: 3525
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Published: 4. 4. 2018 23:00:27

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 4