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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?
The final deadline of gender pay gap information has now passed. Gill Parker of BDG architecture + design explains why the final result should not be taken at face value
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
Founder and chief executive of the UK’s third-biggest privately owned developer on why he aims to focus on value and quality, rather than making money
As the ‘work from home where possible’ guidance ends, firms look to bring staff back into the office – but they are not rushing to reset to 2019 ways of working
There are just two questions people want answered about Crossrail: when will it open and how much is it all going to cost? Well, says project boss Mark Wild, that all rather depends…
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