US women's football stars Megan Rapinoe, Margaret Purce join President Joe Biden to promote closing pay gap
Biden and his wife, Jill, hosted a roundtable with Margaret Purce and Megan Rapinoe of the US women's national football team, and other members of the squad who attended virtually. The president then signed a proclamation honouring the day.
By looking at some of our control factors, we can see some of the reasons why female Hollywood stars earn less than their male counterparts. One of the main explained gaps we found was to do with what types of film that male and female actors tend to be involved with.
Gender pay gap at work: YouGov-Firstpost survey shows almost 50% of women feel salary doesn't reflect their work
The pay gap between men and women is a topic that resonates with workers across fields: Whether in the film industry, the biggest multinational and transnational corporations, the media or even the world of startups
Shah Rukh Khan on gender pay gap, potential of Netflix, and protecting children as they enter showbiz
Shah Rukh Khan will next be seen in Zero
Clearing up the dispute, Lauren Cohan explained that her request for a pay increase came during 'renegotiations' as her contract came to an end.
Michelle Williams, Sam Rockwell to get equal pay for FX series after All The Money In The World controversy
The FX yet untitled series starring Michelle Williams and Sam Rockwell will be based on the lives of dancer-choreographer Bob Fosse and his wife and Broadway dancer Gwen Verdon
Apple's report comes a day before the deadline for British employers with more than 250 staff to report their gender pay gap under new regulations.
Amid raging debate over gender pay gap globally, a new report shows the figure for India stands as high as 27 per cent, where men earned a median gross hourly salary of Rs 288.68 while women earned Rs 207.85 per hour.
Amid raging debate over gender pay gap globally, a survey by US-based career resource website Glassdoor has revealed that over 70 per cent of adults in 7 developed countries believe men and women are paid equally.
: New research supported by the United Nations agency promoting women's rights has found that women make up only 24 percent of the persons heard, read about or seen in newspaper, television and radio news.
FCKH8 has put out a video which has cute little princesses liberally using the F-word as they point out the existing gender inequality and violence against women.