Spirits companies reveal gender pay gap figures

At the same time that the gender wage gap increased, Visier found women were more likely to outperform their male colleagues in performance ratings.

A woman working full time in Florida is typically paid 87 cents for every dollar paid to a man - a yearly difference of $5,474, according to the annual "Equal Pay Day" report by the nonprofit National Partnership for Women & Families. African American women make 63 cents to every dollar and Latina women make 58 cents.

The UAE Cabinet has approved the issuance of legislation to ensure equal pay for men and women working in the country.

The majority (63%) of the time in the US, men are offered higher salaries than women for the same role at the same company, according to wage gap data and survey responses compiled by Hired.

One week prior to it's date, the American Association of University Women (AAUW) President Zoey Breese and two BVU faculty, Professor of Digital Media Dr. Andrea Frantz and Professor of Graphic Design Miranda Pollock, delivered an ACES presentation for students about Equal Pay Day on April 10. In fact, four of the top 10 occupations with the largest pay gaps are in finance.

Erie County Legislature Majority Leader April Baskin on Tuesday introduced a resolution that, if passed by her peers, would express their support for a statewide ban on the practice of employers using salary history to set wages for a potential hire.

On average, women are paid just 80 cents for every dollar earned by men. She also is troubled by how slowly the gap is narrowing. To highlight the disparity between white men's earnings and those of black women, there is a separate day specifically for black women each year called Black Women's Equal Pay Day, which was held on July 31 last year. "And that expectation really seems to be at the heart of the wage gap that exists in 2018". "There is consistently a pattern of men being paid more".

University of MA sociology professor Michelle Budig found women's earnings slip 4 percent for each child they have. Institutions and work structures that perpetuate these the same systems, such as reliance on previous salaries to negotiate pay rates, keep the wage gap alive.

But in addition to the lack of awareness there is another problem perpetuating pay inequity: Women have been gaslighted into believing that it's an obstacle they have to surmount on their own in order to get a fair salary. The one thing that has not changed is this expectation that when couples have children, it is the women who are going to step back and take care of them. Equal Pay Day is a reminder of how far we still have to go to achieve real equality.

  • Rogelio Becker