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August monthly reading roundup

Our monthly news round-up is back! This month includes stories on the UK gender pay gap regulations, falling numbers of female apprentices, and unfair recruitment practice in higher education. Why not make yourself a cup of tea and take ten minutes out to catch up on our August bulletin on all things women and work?

Our monthly news round-up is back! This month includes stories on the UK gender pay gap regulations, falling numbers of female apprentices, and unfair recruitment practice in higher education. Why not make yourself a cup of tea and take ten minutes out to catch up on our August bulletin on all things women and work?

UK Government reveals 100% of UK employers covered by gender pay gap regulations have published their data.

Scottish women’s organisations show each other some love with #ScotWomenShoutOut.

EHRC publish their report and recommendations on the disability and ethnicity pay gaps.

Questions on previous salary trap women in cycles of low pay.

Irish mothers forced out of jobs by the cost of childcare.

EHRC reveal just 3% of UK employers measure their ethnicity or disability pay gaps. Employers that don’t gather this data are unable to take meaningful action to tackle these inequalities in their workplaces

UCU calls for Call for inquiry into ‘jobs for the boys’ university principal appointment.

Figures reveal the number of women completing apprenticeships has fallen to the lowest level for seven years.

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee have published their latest report on the gender pay gap, with recommendations for mandatory employer narratives and action plans.

And most exciting opportunity of the month goes to:

Our friends at engender are recruiting!

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