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# Pay Equality

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Female boss paid €97,000 less than male colleague wins case at Workplace Relations Commission
The WRC adjudication officer determined that the GM was discriminated against on the grounds of gender.
Doctors to vote on taking industrial action over pay for consultants
“This vote emphasises the frustration and anger that consultants and NCHDs face.”
Proposed law would require employers to publish gender pay gap information
The EU Commission recommended that member states introduce the measures five years ago.
'An awesome line we've now drawn in the sand': NZ Football gives pay parity to men and women's teams
Kiwi women’s football teams will now enjoy the same travel considerations, equal match fees and image rights as their male equivalents.
Richard Bruton heckled at conference as teachers threaten to strike over pay issues
Unions have voted in favour of industrial action if pay inequality is not addressed.
'We've been hit quite a few times': Teachers' union on why pay changes are needed
Education Minister Richard Bruton said that it isn’t possible to negotiate a deal for teachers separate to other public sectors.
Opinion: Women are working for free from today until 2018
It’s all well and good to deplore the fact a pay gap exists and not all workplaces promote equality, but what can be done about it, asks Angela Smith.
Teachers' pay: 'Less interest will mean lower CAO points and new teachers of lower standards'
In ten years’ time our poor academic results in schools will be met with public outcry, writes Cionnaith Ó Duibhir.
Newly-qualified teachers will now start on €31,800 a year
That is equal to those who had been doing the job before 2012.