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This week’s poll: Is the gender pay gap a wake-up call for companies to recruit more women into construction?
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Is the gender pay gap a wake up call for companies to recruit more women in construction?— Building News (@BuildingNews) April 6, 2018
Is the gender pay gap a wake up call for companies to recruit more women in construction?
We want to hear from you: women working in construction are worse off than their male colleagues, but is this reflected at your workplace?
Women working for construction firms take home lower average earnings than men - that’s a fact, but one that shouldn’t be tolerated
Reporting your gender pay gap is not just for the public; it’s also a chance for your organisation to seek new ways to modernise its culture.
Demand for school buildings is rising in the UK, but with land and funding at a premium, those tasked with making safe, inspiring educational spaces face tough limitations. Aecom’s Sarah Crowley, Peter Robinson and Jeff Simmonds examine the schools building sector and offer a cost breakdown
11am update: More than 7,000 jobs have been axed by industry
One year on from Building’s first diversity and inclusion survey, Jordan Marshall looks at what – if anything – has changed and what more the industry should be doing to combat discrimination in the workplace
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