Women at Work: The gender pay gap

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In this edition of Women at Work, we’re taking a look at women and the challenges they face every day, no matter the job. This particular focus is on the gender pay gap.

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  • In 2013, women working full-time in the United States were paid just 78 percent of what men were paid.
  • The United States and Papua New Guinea are the only countries in the world that don’t have any mandatory paid maternity leave provisions.

Jennifer Hazelton on the gender pay gap
Jennifer Hazelton spoke to CCTV about the issue that has been plaguing women in the workplace, the pay gap. She’s the Founder and CEO of e-commerce company CROCUS.

Jennifer Hazelton on the gender pay gap

Jennifer Hazelton on the gender pay gap

Jennifer Hazelton spoke to CCTV about the issue that has been plaguing women in the workplace, the pay gap. She's the Founder and CEO of e-commerce company CROCUS.


Video footage sparks sexual harassment and misogyny debate
Gender inequality is a prominent issue in the workforce. There are many hurdles women have to face to compete with men. But do the obstacles include outright hatred?
In Canada, video footage of a female TV reporter confronting sexist hecklers has sparked a debate about sexual harassment and misogyny. CCTV’s Kristiaan Yeo filed this report from Toronto, Canada.

Video footage sparks sexual harassment and misogyny debate

Video footage sparks sexual harassment and misogyny debate

Gender inequality is a prominent issue in the workforce. There are many hurdles women have to face to compete with men. But do the obstacles include outright hatred? In Canada, video footage of a female TV reporter confronting sexist hecklers has sparked a debate about sexual harassment and misogyny. CCTV's Kristiaan Yeo filed this report from Toronto, Canada.


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