Reading the 2022 World Happiness Report, I wonder whether its six variables are what we should use to rank happy countries.
Looking at women’s invisible work, we also see the relatively small amount done by men in most countries and the pay that was foregone.
As Covid restrictions and precautions subside and we return to work, we can ask how normal the four day workweek will become.
Asking about the 4-day workweek, we can look at the answers from a recent study in Iceland and also at Sweden, Germany, and Italy.
In its annual Global Gender Gap Report, the World Economic Forum looks within countries to quantify gender parity.
Different from equal pay mandates, New Zealand’s pay equity initiative takes us to the true foundations of the gender pay gap.
When global warming causes fish migration, the impact involves much more than species survival, nutrition, and ocean temperatures.
Because the ranking depends on our variables and their definitions, measuring the global gender gap can have surprising results.