The gender pay gap is stubborn because several factors underpin it. Action is needed on all of them.
Reconstruction: time for transformative ideas
Deep structural crises need tackling.
The home as office—what’s gender got to do with it?
Rise of telework should dispel the notion that only work in the public sphere is, really, ‘work’.
Performance-related pay and the gender pay gap
Performance pay might be thought to reward merit—but it mainly rewards men.
‘Leaving no one behind’: putting words into actions
The climate transition and its social dimension demand more powerful instruments than the European Commission proposes.
A small step towards gender equality in pay
The European Commission’s proposal to reduce the stubborn gender pay gap pulls some punches, apparently anticipating employer resistance.
Time to act on pay transparency
The pandemic provides no excuse for inaction by the European Commission on gender pay transparency. It should be the incentive.