Pay Equity, and the New Glass Ceiling


Tomorrow is International Women’s Day, and in commemoration the Canadian Labour Congress released a report on gender equity in the workforce with some surprising findings.

There has been progress in the legal industry in Canada, and there are much more female partners than in the past. But as a result, some other interesting effects have been observed.

Although the old glass ceiling of the “old boys club” still exists, a new one has been inserted immediately under it, an “old girls club” of sorts.

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