New Cambodian legislation on domestic workers recruited by agencies to work abroad fails to tackle all the worst abuses, leaving migrant workers open to forced labour and huge 'recruitment' debts:
£10,000 pay deficit
The Chartered Management Institute has found that UK female managers are now paid an average of over £10,500 less than men doing the same job, with the gap having widened by £500 over the last year. Junior female managers, however (at graduate recruitment level) are on average paid £500 more than their male counterparts, while women's salaries are rising faster than men's. The CMI said that despite this it would take 98 years for women to reach pay parity with men.
UK women are being priced out of work because of cuts to public sector jobs and child tax credits, and the soaring cost of childcare, according to left-wing think tank IPPR. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/women-forced-out-of-jobs-by-rising-cost-of-childcare-2333282.html .