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Women in Singapore earn 9% less than men. Godelieve van Dooren, Partner for Career Products at Mercer speaks with The Straits Times on the gender pay gap in S'pore
Like many working moms with childcare and parental responsibility, during my 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, I put everyone else’s needs ahead of my own health and well-being.
If companies want to take meaningful steps toward balancing gender equality in their organizations, they must have more than a goal. They must also have a plan.
There is a lot of pressure on women at the moment, to stand tall, be a role model, be superwoman. As an influencer on social media and connector in business, I am often asked to take on extra tasks, support campaigns and promote current topics.
Women face unique savings challenges, and many employers and wealth managers do not adequately address the differences between genders.
How can HR and business leaders convert conference-room conversations about gender parity into real-world workplace gender equality?
Men and women have different health and wellness needs. What happens when gender equality hurts gender equity?
almost a quarter of global companies say advancing their diversity & inclusion (D&I) agenda will make a significant difference to their business results over ...
Mercer’s 2019 Global Talent Trends study reveals data on gender inequity. Kate Bravery discusses what three things organizations can do this year to make progress on gender balance.