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  1. FILE PHOTO: A Shell logo is seen reflected in a car's side mirror at a petrol station in west

    Shell UK gender pay gap widens slightly in 2019

    Royal Dutch Shell's gender pay gap in Britain edged higher in 2019 following the acquisition of a utility company, with women earning on average ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: A doctor holds her stethoscope in an outpatients ward at a hospital in London

    Female pediatricians paid 76 cents for every US$1 paid to men

  3. A BBC sign is displayed outside Broadcasting House in London

    Britain's BBC says three women break into top-10 earners after pay row

    The BBC said three women - Claudia Winkleman, Vanessa Feltz and Zoe Ball - had joined the list of its top 10 paid stars, a change the publicly ...
  4. Father daughter family Singapore

    Commentary: What men want? More time with their children

    Employers are out of step with a changing workforce that values paid paternity leave, says the Financial Times Pilita Clark.
  5. A pedestrian walks past the Canary Wharf offices of JP Morgan in London

    JP Morgan gender pay gap in UK falls slightly to 34 percent in 2018

    JP Morgan's mean gender pay gap in Britain dropped slightly to 34.4 percent in 2018, from 35.7 percent a year earlier, an internal memo seen by ...
  6. Orban's plan is designed to encourage Hungarian women to have more children and thus reverse

    Commentary: What Hungary is doing for families and women’s work-life balance

    Viktor Orban’s critics have been equally slow to understand the social and economic policies that help families and underpin his popularity, says ...
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    Commentary: When a rap song sparks a bitter, long-needed gender debate in South Korea

    'Sister, why mad? Blame system, not men. I am feminist,' raps South Korean rapper, San E, in his recently released song Feminist.
  8. Japan office workers

    Commentary: The enormous, avoidable waste of human capital caused by gender inequality

    We cannot afford to tolerate the enormous yet preventable waste of human capital caused by gender inequality, says one observer.
  9. Women "are sick of sexism and discimination, sick of wage inequality," Switzerland's

    Commentary: The unequal, unnoticed life of a female worker

    Gender inequality manifests itself in quiet ways that aren’t often picked up, in unpaid care work and unequal pay for equal work, says AWARE’s ...