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THE 5 CAUSES OF THE GENDER PAY GAP

Posted by Sian Webb on 20-Jul-2017 11:45:00

At Gapsquare, we use technology to find out and explain what causes your gender pay gap. There is never one clear cut reaso03n about why a company has a gender pay gap, and is usually caused by several factors, which can essentially be categorised into five causes.

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 If you have any queries or need assistance with reporting your gender pay gap, do not hesitate to contact    Gapsquare

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Tags: diversity, legal, hnology, equality, gender pay gap, business

CLOSING THE GENDER PAY GAP: HOW YOUR BUSINESS CAN REAP THE BENEFITS

Posted by Hazel Lush on 20-Jul-2017 11:43:00

Insights from Manchester by Sian Webb – Partnerships Manager at Gapsquare

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Tags: women in business, diversity, der pay gap, gender pay gap, business, education

THE SNAP GENERAL ELECTION & GENDER PAY GAP – BY SIAN WEBB, GAPSQUARE

Posted by Sian Webb on 19-Jun-2017 11:42:00

“The snap general election was mainly focused on Brexit, yet all parties produced manifestos which will pave the way for policy and governance over the next five years.”

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Tags: gender pay, diversity, gender pay gap, politics, uk, election 2017, gender

GAPSQUARE – INSIGHTS FROM THE STEM GENDER EQUALITY CONGRESS, BERLIN

Posted by Sian Webb on 13-Jun-2017 11:40:00

Gapsquare’s Dr Zara Nanu joined teams of academics, industry experts, government representatives and policy makers at this year’s annual STEM Gender Equality Congress on the 8th and the 9th June where she spoke on Sharing Best Practice Between Industry and Academia. 

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Tags: women in business, diversity, legal, equality, regulations, Technology, gender pay gap, business, pay gap, uk

DOES BIAS IN TECH RUN DEEP? Gender pay gap in tech and science sectors

Posted by Hazel Lush on 24-Apr-2017 11:33:00

According to Lylan Masterman, Principal at White Star Capital  bias runs deep for women in tech. Are we tackling the challenges that face women by asking them to hide their identity or does expressing it outwardly work out more beneficial for women?
“the women who are working in technology today know how to triumph over adversity. This is a group that has suffered significant bias in our society — studying computer science or engineering in college, going out into the male-dominated environment of the modern tech world and succeeding despite those biases. And then, many have gone on to start companies in the tech industry despite the well-known challenges there.”

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Tags: women, women in business, diversity, equality, regulations, Technology, gender pay gap, business, pay gap