- Collectively working women earned less than working men (the “unadjusted gender pay gap”). On average in 2019, an Irish woman earned €2879 every month, while the average man earned €3885.
- Collectively working women earned 26% less than men or € 12,072 annually in 2019.
Can you unpick the causes versus the effects of Ireland’s gender gaps?=> LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CAUSES OF IRELAND’s GENDER PAY GAP
Dancing With Systems=> Some Principles of Change
Support Action for Gender Inclusion in the Workplace.
As a social enterprise, Gendelity reinvests any profits. The cost of operating this non-profit workshop is covered by participants’ ticket purchases, Gendelity’s investment and your sponsorship. Here’s an opportunity for your organization to take action for gender equality.
Many organisations include gender equality in their mission statement or on job descriptions. Go beyond words with action, evidence-based action.=>Support Her As She Seeks workplace Inclusion
There is no way around it: Money is an important resource.
Ireland’s gender pay gap is an accumulation of social norms, employment law and family planning. All three have a significant influence on individuals in employment, and the roles and responsibilities of employers.=> HOW DID IRELAND ARRIVED AT 20% DISPARITY IN THE ECONOMIC POWER AMONGST ORDINARY WORKERS?
To provide a learning opportunity, the Women’s Network at Global Payments in Dublin a leading fintech company, hosted a panel discussion on workplace diversity and inclusion initiatives . Jane was delighted to be asked to participate.Continue reading “On Diversity & Inclusion at Global Payments”
Getting your head around what’s at play when considering workplace inclusion in talent development can be difficult. This systems map provide a visual overview to orient you quickly in the cultural and work space. It considers the broader environmental factors to consider as well as those aspects within your organization.
Locate yourself and your influence in this organizational map.
=> LEARN ABOUT FEMINISM (Includes 2 Great Short Videos)
Feminism is the belief in the social, economic, and political equality amongst the genders.