Czech Republic - Gender wage gap discussed - March 31, 2016

Women still make on average 22 percent less pay than men, which makes the country one of the worst performers in Europe. The wage gap is highest in the private sector, although to a lesser extent it is also present in the public sphere. The NGO Business & Professional Women held a conference at which they speed-mentored women in different areas of business on how to negotiate a higher salary.

English: http://radio.cz/en/section/in-focus/why-do-czech-women-settle-for-less

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