Today is #EqualPayDay which has fallen on the same date for 3 years. The Govt has failed to tackle the structural barriers which allow the #GenderPayGap to exist. The next @UKLabour Govt will require all large employers to prove exactly how they will tackle their gender pay gaps. pic.twitter.com/BFfjg2Kkwg— (((Dawn Butler MP))) (@DawnButlerBrent) November 10, 2018
We are #OutOfOffice until 2019.— Virago Press (@ViragoBooks) November 9, 2018
Today is the last day in 2018 women get paid to work because of the gender pay gap. The Gender Pay Gap is on average 17.9% but for some women it’s even worse. The average pay gap for BAME is between 24% and 26%.
Today is #equalpayday and women in the UK are now collectively working for free for the rest of the year. Yes the gender pay gap is comprised of bigger social issues but the question today is why women are not getting equal pay for equal work - time for change @fawcettsociety pic.twitter.com/LbKP4qiGmY— Jess Piper (@j_piper1) November 10, 2018