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EU warns that women effectively 'working for free' from today Men earn an average of 16% more than women across the 28 EU countries 11:10 The European Commission is warning that European women are effectively working for free from now until the end of the year. EU Equal Pay Day highlights the ongoing gender pay gap across the continent. According to the latest figures, men earn an average of 16% more than women across the 28 EU countries – meaning women effectively work for free from today.
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LeanIn.Org Logo McKinsey logo PALO ALTO, Calif. , Oct. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org released Women in the Workplace 2018 , the largest annual report on the state of women in corporate America. The report shows there is a disconnect in corporate America. Companies continue to report that they are highly committed to gender diversity but the proportion of women in their organizations barely budges.
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The last time Kaitlin Savage attended a meeting that included another woman was months ago. Savage works in the solar industry, in which men outnumber women 3 to 1. The majority of her time is spent surrounded by men, who at times, she said, underestimate her work, flirt with her, call her after midnight for “personal reasons” and give her inappropriate compliments. “It’s emotionally exhausting,” said Savage, who’s considered switching to a less heavily male-dominated field, like oil and gas.
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Made in NYC Stock quotes by finanzen.net Big law firms have been an 'old boys club' forever, and new data shows they haven't budged in over a decade 4m fizkes/Shutterstock The number of female partners at law firms has barely budged in the last 12 years, according to a new study. Less than a quarter of all equity partners in law firms are women. While the number of female law school students is rising, it's still difficult for women to climb the career ladder at big, prestigious law firms.
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