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Gender pay gap moving in right direction, says Paula Bennett
"In 2017 there is absolutely no excuse for someone to be paid less just because of their gender.”
Gender inequality: Narrowing the gender gap through flexible working
Women, during their child bearing years (25-44) earn up to 40% less than men in the same age group, regardless of whether they have children or not.
Women in cybersecurity: Slowly but surely, change is coming
“More people are realising what a solid, secure and interesting career choice it is."
New Zealand makes moves with pay equity
“Occupations that are mostly made up of a female workforce shouldn’t be lower paid just because this work is and has been mainly undertaken by women."
Gender divide alive and well in NZ job market
The gender divide is alive and well in the New Zealand employment market, while IT roles continue to dominate the top five highest average pay rate.
Believe it or not: Women make more than men in data centers
A new survey has revealed some strange, almost unbelievable facts – there’s a sector out there within the IT industry where women earn more than men.
There’s no men in feminism… oh wait
Are Kiwi males oblivious to gender inequality in the workplace? Progress towards equality can be hindered, more often than not by men, survey finds.
Where are the women in leadership? New report slams NZ
New research reveals that New Zealand is well behind other countries when it comes to the number of women in leadership roles.
Digital skills closing the workplace gender gap?
“While women still lag behind men in digital fluency in all but a handful of countries, improving their digital skills can change the picture."
Kiwi tech pros have it made, industry looking bright
IT professionals starting out their careers can look forward to sharp increases in the first six years of their careers.
Govt needs to 'get with the programme' on NZ's gender pay gap
“It’s a new year and it’s time for the National Government to be bold and be brave. Kiwi women are counting on them.”