Germany: Women continue to be paid much less than men
- Comparable-worth adjustments: No. O'Neill, June // American Libraries;Feb85, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p93
Comments on equal pay issues in the United States. Women's groups' arguments in support of equal pay; Consequences of comparable worth; Origin of the movement for comparable worth; Changes in the patterns of wages for women workers; Politics of pay equality.
- Lower pay justified. Keenan, Denis // Accountancy;Feb1982, Vol. 93 Issue 1062, p48
Examines a case filed by a woman employee claiming equal pay with the British employment tribunal. Facts of the case; Claims and contentions of opposing parties; Laws relevant to the case.
- Former Birmingham City Council employees win landmark equal pay ruling. // Employers Law;Dec2012/Jan2013, p4
The article offers information on the ruling of the Birmingham Supreme Court in England on an equal pay claims case.
- Equal pay in your pocketbook. Barko, Naomi // Working Mother;Nov93, p41
Discusses the issue of comparable worth for working women. Equal pay for equal work of equal value, regardless of gender or race; Thirty percent difference between men and women's wage; Discrimination against women's work; Trade unions' fight for fair wages; Adjustments made by companies;...
- THE UNENFORCED PROMISE OF EQUAL PAY ACTS: A NATIONAL PROBLEM AND POSSIBLE SOLUTION FROM MAINE. Wyman, Elizabeth J. // Maine Law Review;2003, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p24
Discusses the concept of equal pay for women in the U.S. Distinction of equal from comparable work; Prohibition of discrimination in the payment of wages based on sex; Removal of wage disparity which exists between men and women.
- Equal pay. Brimelow, Russell // Personnel Today;2/5/2002, p14
Focuses on the issue of women employment and pay in Europe. Law on equal pay for work of equal value; Provisions for organizations to evaluate pay disparity between male and female employees; Extension of equal pay cases in sex discrimination questionnaire procedure.
- New Roles for Women. // Harvard International Review;Jan/Feb1983, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p21
The article presents an interview with Ikuka Atsumi, founder of Japan's Feminist magazine . When asked about business in Japan that have a disproportionate number of women in high-ranking or leadership positions , she answered that women are in the service sector of employment. She said that...
- SEX DIFFERENCES IN COMPENSATION. Cohen, Malcolm S. // Journal of Human Resources;Fall71, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p434
Five hypotheses explaining differences in pay between men and women were examined: wage discrimination, occupational wage levels, job choice and working conditions, fringe benefits, and qualifications and productivity of women. Data were from a 1969 survey of working conditions of American...
- Material factors. Matthews, Pauline // Employers Law;Mar2003, p16
Considers issues related to equal pay in women employment in Great Britain. Requirements for establishing a claim with equal pay; rational for pay differences between men and women; Possible comparators.