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Lauren Wilson – News.com.au – Monday, 29 September 2014
MORE than 3000 chief executives across the country will be sent a bottle of ‘Daughter Water’ as part of a radical campaign to raise awareness about the growing gender pay gap.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency has seized on international research which indicates the pay disparity in an organisation begins to shrink when the boss has a daughter.
As part of its national pay equity campaign, to be launched today in Sydney, the statutory agency will dispatch specially designed bottles of ‘Daughter Water’ to the heads of more than 3000 companies who have not conducted an internal gender pay analysis . . .