More women on boards would reduce gender equity gap – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

More women on boards would reduce gender equity gap
Sydney Morning Herald
The average top-tier female manager earns $100,000 less a year than her male counterpart, with the gender pay gap widening the higher women climb, a new report has found. Curtin University researchers and the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, who ...
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