Month: May 2020

House Prices Not Due To Fall for First Time Buyers, Says Rightmove

First-time buyers have quickly returned to the property market and they may find that any hopes of the pandemic pushing prices down are dashed, Rightmove claims. After conducting a survey during lockdown, the housing portal found 60% of first-time buyers had postponed their purchase plans but would go ahead after …

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Crossrail ‘Disappointed’ After Revealing It Pays women 1/3 Less Than Men

Crossrail has said a 36.7% difference in the average median hourly pay between men and women on the project is “disappointing”, after the £18bn rail scheme filed its annual Gender Pay Gap report for 2019. Data published by the organisation for 2019 showed women earned 63p for every £1 earned …

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72% of Women in Construction Have Experienced Gender Discrimination in the Workplace

A new report conducted by construction recruiter Randstad reveals that 41% women in construction said they had been on the receiving end of inappropriate comments or behaviour from a male colleague. This was significantly higher than when similar research was carried out two years ago which found 28% of women …

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Rising Stars 2020: The Best Female Talent in Transports & Logistics

WeAreTheCity announces the 2020 Rising Stars winners in transport, property, construction, FM and logistics. Now in their sixth year, these awards celebrate 100 women who ‘represent the leaders of tomorrow across 20 different industries’. The honours focus on the UK’s talented women below management level, promoting their work and supporting ongoing efforts to tackle gender imbalances in …

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