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Why we still need a Women’s Day

Hindustan Times | By Rachel Lopez
PUBLISHED ON MAR 07, 2020 09:11 PM IST
There’s always that one person who can’t figure out why women are ‘still’ fighting. Here are some of the reasons...
Courts and law firms in India should now look inwards, and accept the inequality in the profession(ISTOCKPHOTO)
Courts and law firms in India should now look inwards, and accept the inequality in the profession(ISTOCKPHOTO)

The legal profession must ensure gender balance| Analysis

PUBLISHED ON FEB 26, 2020 07:08 PM IST
Introduce flexible hours and crèches in courts and law firms. Address the pay gap. Honour women role models
Taapsee Pannu talks about gender pay gap in Bollywood/
Taapsee Pannu talks about gender pay gap in Bollywood/

Taapsee Pannu on gender pay gap in Bollywood: ‘When I’m paid only 5-10% of my heroes, of course it bothers me’

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON NOV 23, 2019 04:07 PM IST
In a candid chat with Neha Dhupia on her podcast No Filter Neha, Taapsee Pannu opened up about pay parity, not being credited enough for her work and more.
Swiss women earn roughly 20% less than men.(Unsplash)
Swiss women earn roughly 20% less than men.(Unsplash)

Big Swiss companies must study women’s pay gap from next year

Reuters | By Reuters, Zurich
UPDATED ON AUG 21, 2019 06:48 PM IST
Despite its high quality of life, Switzerland lags other developed economies in female pay and workplace equality.
US Senate Kamala Harris’ proposal aims to shift the burden from workers to corporations.(Reuters File Photo)
US Senate Kamala Harris’ proposal aims to shift the burden from workers to corporations.(Reuters File Photo)

Kamala Harris proposes equal pay certification to reduce gender wage gap

Washington, US | By Reuters
UPDATED ON MAY 20, 2019 04:14 PM IST
Under Harris’ proposal, which would require approval by the US Congress, companies with 100 or more employees would give their pay data to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
I’s the day of empowerment, uplifting our own spirits and the ladies around you. Read some inspirational stories of a few women who are working towards making the world a happier place.(Unsplash)
I’s the day of empowerment, uplifting our own spirits and the ladies around you. Read some inspirational stories of a few women who are working towards making the world a happier place.(Unsplash)

IWD 2019: Empowering women, one act, one day at a time. Read some inspiring stories this Women’s Day

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By Saumya Sharma
UPDATED ON MAR 09, 2019 09:13 PM IST
International Women’s Day 2019: From gender equity to bridging the pay gap and having a voice, women are making us proud in all walks of life and it’s the best feeling to look up to another woman as a source of empowerment and strength.
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