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Call to end sexism in business


A new campaign will call for tough action to stamp out sexism in business.

The campaign by the Fawcett Society follows a report, Sexism and the City, which revealed multiple examples of sexism, including discrepancies in pay and opprtunities.

Some 30,000 women lost their jobs last year as a result of being pregnant.Women who work full-time earn on average 17% less than men and two thirds of low paid workers are women. Only 11% of FTSE 100 company directors are women.

The campaign was launched at a recent event by speakers including Rt Hon Tessa Jowell MP, Fleur Bothwick, Director of Diversity and Inclusiveness, Ernst & Young, and Dr Katherine Rake, Director of the Fawcett Society.


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