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Attaining More But Earning Less: How the Issue of Equal Pay is Keeping Women from the Top

“ told me that the most eligible women marry young to get a ‘good man’ before they are all taken,” Sheryl Sandberg said in her 2013 book… 864 more words

Control vs power

Amendments to the Employment Relations Act are due to come into law on 6 March next year.

Over the last year many of us have been trying to stop the changes. 381 more words

Bill Clinton's Thirst For The Spotlight

I am thoroughly convinced that if Bill Clinton were ever forced to leave the public eye it would be too much for him to bear. I could totally envision Clinton wearing days old stubble and clothes that are badly in need of a wash as he sits in a cold room with the shades drawn. 781 more words

Barack Obama

Why Republican Politicians Love the "War on Women"

Why Republican Politicians Love the “War on Women” and Why Democrats Should Use the Term Less…

Do you ever notice how often the Republicans talk about the “War on Women” vs. 1,351 more words

Politics

Want more pay? Take more selfies

You may find this hard to believe, but Australian researchers say the number of selfies you take may have an impact on the number of dollars in your paycheck. 226 more words

Consumer

Women's Lib and Global Warming Brought to You by Mastercard

Household debt has skyrocketed as women’s participation in the workforce accelerated during the 1970′s and beyond. Some of the rise of household debt comes from Reaganomics giving the rich a tax cut ultimately shrinking the working class’s share of GDP dramatically, some comes from the impossible pursuit of the 1950′s American dream even while the rise of global competitors has reduced the strength of wages, and some from a congress that rewards the finanical industry and individuals for personal debt to mask the gross divergence between the ultra rich and the poor. 1,008 more words

Bay Area Living

Women working for free

 Georgia Choveaux is the StandUp representative on the CTU Women’s Council and an organiser at NZNO. She wrote this yesterday – the day women in New Zealand started working for free. 494 more words