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Gender Pay: Closing The Gap

Here comes the fourth and last blog post on gender pay gap, written by Wilma and Eline from Lens,/ Kennedy Executive Search The Netherlands: In the first three blogs we have seen that the Gender Pay Gap is still a very relevant issue, even today. After interviewing female professionals here at Kennedy and its’ offices in Europe and the USA, it became clear that the Gender Pay Gap is silently though firmly prese
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Diving Into The Third Reason For Gender Pay Gap

Here comes the third posting on gender pay gap, written by Wilma and Eline from Lens,/ Kennedy Executive Search The Netherlands. The New York Times writes that the gender pay gap is mostly established after women have children. It adds another ‘how come’ to the list of explanations for the gender pay gap, next to deeply rooted beliefs about role models and hidden sexism. Is motherhood the third reason for gender pay
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Gender Pay Gap – Why Women Do Not Negotiate

Here comes number 2 of the series of 3 postings on gender pay gap by Wilma Rossieau and Eline Joseph from Lens,/ Kennedy Executive Search The Netherlands. There are many reasons about the gender pay gap. And some of them seem to be homemade: “In our previous blogpost about the gender pay gap, we showed through various quotes of our female respondents, that the pay gap is still alive & kicking on the work fl
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Gender Pay Gap – Are We Done With It In 2017?

Gender pay gap: are we finally done with it? What do we hear and see when talking to the Kennedy Partner offices in Amsterdam, Budapest, Copenhagen, Denver, Frankfurt, London, Milan, Monaco, Paris and Prague? This posting, number 1 of a series of 3, comes from Wilma Rossieau from Lens/ Kennedy Executive Search The Netherlands. In Europe, the overall salary in 2015 of women was 16,9% below the salary of men. In manage
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