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Exploring pay and management gaps for women

Kirsten A. Poulsen

Exploring pay and management gaps for women

by Kirsten A. Poulsen

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Published by Nova Science Publishers in Hauppauge, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Promotions,
  • Sex discrimination in employment,
  • Women executives,
  • Employment,
  • Pay equity,
  • Women

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementeditor, Kirsten A. Poulsen
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD6095 .E97 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 156 p. :
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25065082M
    ISBN 109781611227895
    LC Control Number2010047012

    PayScale, the compensation data and software company I work for, released a new study today titled “Inside the Gender Pay Gap” where we examine gender pay gaps .   The last three decades have seen American women move up in both educational attainment and into higher paying jobs. The gap is now Author: Bourree Lam.

      The WEF reports that women’s average earnings are almost half those of men. That’s right, one-half! The average global earned income for women was estimated at $10, and the average men’s Author: Kim Elsesser. How to Analyze Your Gender Pay Gap: An Employer's Guide recommendations to senior management about ways to lower gender barriers in recruitment, hiring, pay and promotion before they arise as guide — it shows the approximate percentage gender pay gap between men and women. 7. See Oaxaca () and Blinder (). For a practical File Size: 1MB.

    Inspired Gaming was the only company to actually pay women more than men (1%) while GAME and Namco boasted a 0% wage gap. The only other companies to . The gender pay gap is the gap between what men and women are paid. Most commonly, it refers to the median annual pay of all women who work full time and year-round, compared to the pay of a similar cohort of men. Other estimates of the gender pay gap are based on weekly or hourly earnings, or are specific to a particular group of women.


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Exploring Pay and Management Gaps for Women (Women's Studies) UK ed. Edition by Kirsten A. Poulsen (Editor)Format: Hardcover. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index.

Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm. Contents: Preface; Women in Management: Analysis of Female Managers' Representation, Characteristics, & Pay; Statement of Ilene H.

Lang, President & CEO of Catalyst, before the Joint Economic Committee, Hearing on "Targeting Inequity: The Gender Gap. The Hardcover of the Exploring Pay and Management Gaps for Women by Kirsten A. Poulsen at Barnes & Noble.

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The overall average gender pay gap for management grades in the CFI survey is % i.e. females are paid 83% of the male rate overall. This figure is up from that found in the CFI survey of %. The median gender pay gap is %.

According to Eurostat (a) the overall gender pay gap for managers in Ireland was %. Policy Brief Exploring the gender pay gap in Occupied Palestinian Territory: A qualitative study of the education sector UN P Public Private UNRWA Total/ Average % % 74% 14% 12% 66% 9% 25% 45% 25% 37% 40% 55% 75% 63% 60% 49, 10, 11, 71, Schools (primary & secondary).

Northern Ireland on the other hand is the only region in the UK where the pay favours women over men. There women earn on average % more than men. The causes of, and the factors that influence, the gender pay gap are oft debated and rarely agreed; to try and deal with each in a short Exploring pay and management gaps for women book would be a fool’s : Chris Mccolgan.

A study exploring the reasons behind the gender gap in senior management in Ireland. Why the gender gap persists in the 21st Century By Donna Mc Gaharan women and to be an exception to this stereotype was seen as rebellious and unacceptable (House-keeping Monthly, ).

The gender pay gap is the difference in earnings between men and women. In line with the current legislation we have collated a number of articles from around the world to give you a better insight into how different countries are approaching the gender gap and more importantly why it.

EXPLORING PAY AND MANAGEMENTGAPS FOR WOMEN; EXPLORING PAY AND MANAGEMENTGAPS FOR WOMEN; CONTENTS; PREFACE; Chapter 1 WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT: ANALYSIS OF FEMALE MANAGERS' REPRESENTATION, CHARACTERISTICS, AND PAY; Agency Comments and Our Evaluation; WOMEN IN THE WORKFORCE; ENCLOSER I.; Industry Characteristics; Key Characteristics of Women in Management; Analysis of All Industry Sectors Combined; Estimates for characteristics of managers.

Women receive lower monetary compensation than men in all occupations and across all ranks. For managers, this gender pay gap is substantially higher than in average working populations. The goal of this chapter is to enhance our understanding of the managerial gender pay gap and its by: 2.

Gender inequality, gender pay gap, and pay inequity: Perceptions and reactions in Hanken School of Economics Department of Management and OrganisationHelsinki, Finland Hanken School of Economics ISBN (printed) occur in numerous ways.

For example, women often receive lower pay for the same or. The pay gap began increasing again for women with more than 17 years of service. Several factors could be behind that trend, including more barriers for women from older generations, ageism and a general U.S.

pay gap that is wider for older women, according to CUPA-HR. The higher ed administrative pay gap varies little by region, CUPA-HR found. Controversial and exhaustively researched, gender expert Warren Farrell's latest book Why Men Earn More takes as its stunning argument the idea that bias-based unequal pay for women is largely a myth, and that women are most often paid less than men not because they are discriminated against, but because they have made lifestyle choices that affect their ability to Cited by: But women frequently receive less pay for their work than do men.

This gender pay gap for full-time/year-round workers is percent, a persistent gap that has shown little change since   That gap can be larger or smaller depending on the state of residence. Most states have implemented laws against gender discrimination, and the Civil Rights Act protects women at the federal level even though disparities persist.

In Louisiana, for instance, the gender pay gap is 30 percent, the biggest wage gap in the nation. Twenty-nine. This book is about the gender pay gap, that women earn 80% of what men earn (the common percentage, 57%, is extremely out-dated).

Its goal is two-fold. One goal is to explain the gap, spelling out 25 reasons things men tend to do, choices they make in their careers that women don't, which might explain at least part of the gap/5. Synthesizing insights from the extensive literature on women and development and from her own broad experience, internationally noted development economist and activist Devaki Jain reviews the evolution of the UN's programs aimed at benefiting the women of developing nations and the impact of women's ideas about rights, equality, and social justice Author: UN Geneva Library.

The trends in the gender pay gap in the United States form a somewhat mixed picture. On the one hand, after a half a century of stability in the earnings of women relative to men, there has been a substantial increase in women's relative earnings since the late s.

One of the things that make this development especially dramatic and significant is that the Cited by:   The gender pay gap is the difference between men’s and women’s median annual earnings from full-time, year-round work. Based on data from the U.S.

Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, women in the United States earn 80 cents for every dollar paid to means wom en earn $10, less per year than men in median earnings.

Also known as the group-to-group gap. Though progressive thought is working to reduce the pay gap across genders, in women still made an average of 79 cents on the dollar when compared to men. If both a man and a woman are working in the exact same job, same location, and the same point in their careers, while the man would earn a salary of $50, the female would only take.Women in manufacturing study Exploring the gender gap The majority of women aspire to reach senior management or C-suite, and 71% say their experience causes them to believe there is a pay gap between men and women, and % of those who believe there is a gap, believe men's pay is higher.Jumping Out Of College and Into the Pay Gap As soon as people enter the workforce, salary figures indicate an initial gap in pay between men and women.

The Harvard Business Review reports that a year after graduating from college, "the average woman earns 80% of what a man earns; however, after controlling for industry.