Equal pay day

Employees are demanding we move the needle on gender equity — it’s up to leaders to make it a reality.
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Filed on Equal Pay Day, the lawsuit argues that the company “tends to value male workers more than female workers."
The average woman made 80 cents for every dollar earned by a white man -- and the gap isn't shrinking.
We must work, on average, an additional nine months to make what white men earn in a year.
On Equal Pay Day, the congresswoman spoke with HuffPost about inequality in the workplace.
The new policy says that women who do the same kind of work as men, regardless of job title, must be paid the same.
Shocking new data from the U.K. reveal the harsh truth about the fight for equal pay. Women are virtually shut out from all the top-paying jobs.
Last year, female doctors on average made 27.7 percent — or $105,000 — less than the average male physician.
The former E! News co-host spoke to HuffPost about her fight to end pay inequality and why more men need to get involved.
The gender pay gap can result in hundreds of thousands of dollars lost over a 40-year career and women of color are hit the hardest.
"We need to stop buying into the myth about gender equality. It isn't a reality yet. Today, women make up half of the U.S
The gender pay gap comes from many interwoven factors, but it also has many interwoven solutions.
Today is Equal Pay Day – the day that marks how far into 2017 women have had to work to be paid the same amount men were
Equal Pay Day is a reminder of the $840 billion women won't earn this year.