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Government Must Address Barriers To Well-paid Work For Women, Says Tuc
photo by Sascha Kohlmann
Commenting on the Fawcett Society’s analysis for Equal Pay Day (Friday), which finds little overall progress being made and a widening gap for young women workers, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said:

“The government needs to boost pay for undervalued jobs mainly done by women, such as social care. And ministers must do more to remove the barriers that stop women getting jobs in better-paid professions. Employers must help mums and dads share caring responsibilities equally.

“Every woman worker should join a trade union. Unions negotiate fair pay, better rights for mums and dads, and equal treatment for everyone. And if you’re being cheated out of pay because you’re a woman, your union will help you challenge your boss.”

Government Must Address Barriers To Well-paid Work For Women, Says Tuc, 10th November 2017, 18:25 PM