Lawyers seek a change in ‘attitudes’ to tackle workplace gender pay gap

Law firm warns that compulsory gender pay gap reporting is not a ‘quick fix’ for organisations which are struggling with the issue.

Gender pay gap inequality will not close without clear plans, says BITC

Gender pay gap reporting alone is not enough and should include a clear narrative and action plan with time-bound targets.

Why businesses must look beyond ‘inspirational women’ to shrink the gender divide

Women make up half of the world’s population, and yet, in the workplace, they’re still considered the minority. It doesn’t quite add up.

Code First: Girls teaches 10,000 women to code for free in the UK

Over the past 5 years, Code First: Girls has delivered £6.75 million+ worth of free tech education across the UK and Ireland .

Women in IT Awards New York 2019 — winners revealed!

On March 28, at a gala ceremony at Cipriani 42nd St, the winners of the second annual Women in IT Awards New York were revealed

Women in FinTech: time to consign the concerns to history?

With the right working policies and role models, concerns about women in FinTech should be rapidly consigned to history.

Am I not getting a job because I’m a woman and Muslim?

In this column, Tasneem Abdur-Rashid shares what it is like to be a ‘multi-disadvantaged’ woman and Muslim seeking employment in the UK.

Why employers should care about the gender pay gap

Clare Parkinson, Pay and Reward expert at HR consultancy Croner, looks at why employers should care about the gender pay gap.

UK employees running out of patience with gender pay gap

Glassdoor reveals a UK gender pay gap still exists, but is slowly shrinking