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2014
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The PR gender pay gap – join us for a special #CIPRCHAT

The latest CIPR State of the Profession survey revealed an average gender pay gap of over £12,000 in favour of men. What’s more, results also exposed that from Senior Account Executive/Press Officer level and above, men, on average, are being paid more than women, even when doing the same job.

Ahead of International Women's Day, join us on Twitter at 12.30pm (GMT) on Friday 7 March for an hour long special #CIPRCHAT, as we discuss what the CIPR and the wider profession can do to achieve real change.

Questions will be proposed by @CIPR_UK using #CIPRCHAT and participants will include CIPR Board Member, Sarah Hall FCIPR, and Vice-Chair of the CIPR Diversity Working Group, Avril Lee MCIPR.

Questions and comments can be submitted ahead of the event via email or by using the comment box below.

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Natasha Moore
06
March
2014
Sometimes men ask if they should have a men's day, my response will be when I know that I am being paid the same as my male colleagues in my profession, they can have a day a month if they want!