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  • Construction gender pay gap exposed

    Construction & building trades supervisors have the highest gender pay gap in favour of men, with men paid 45.4% more than women. In no other industry is there such a gulf in wages.

    In all construction and building trades, women are paid 23.3% less than men.

    Female construction operatives are paid 15.3% less than male construction operatives.

    Among the professional classes it is a different picture. Female construction project managers are only 3.2% below their male colleagues, while female civil engineers are actually paid 2.8% more than male civil engineers.

    Architects, by comparison, are made to look positively Neanderthal, paying their women 9.0% less than their men.

    Only chartered surveyors, it seems, manage to get close to equality, with a pay gender gap of just 0.9% in favour of men.

    The statistics are revealed in an online tool created by the government and the Office for National Statistics (visual.ons.gov.uk/find-out-the-gender-pay-gap-for-your-job/). Its arrival coincides with a new requirement for any company with 250+ employees to report their gender pay and gender bonus pay gaps from April 2017. The regulations, which will affect almost 8,000 employers with around 11 million employees, will shine a light on workplace practices that could be preventing women from reaching the top in their organisations.

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    Written on Saturday, 26 November 2016 07:27 in COMMERCIAL 1 comment Read 2615 times
  • Lacking office spaces in Tehran

    The case lies distinctively with Iran's business development. There is a particular lack of present day and cutting edge office spaces in Tehran and other significant urban communities. The halfway answer for some organizations has been to change over private units into office space. The principle issue is ineffectively kept up structures and designs that are difficult to reconfigure. By the by, an absence of assigned office space can likewise be viewed as a shot. In the possibility of further monetary development and a regularly expanding need, engineering departments and land designers will willingly volunteer take care of the demand for current and innovative office spaces.

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    Written on Friday, 25 November 2016 09:54 in RESIDENTIAL 1 comment Read 1265 times
  • Standpoint for the Iranian development industry

    Iran's opening has just barely started. Over the coming years the nation will probably witness a blast in all parts of the development business. The development rate of the nation's development industry is anticipated at over 3 for every penny over the accompanying two years, getting much more pace after 2018. This improvement offers a promising play area for business land designers and speculators, engineering studios, general contractual workers, and some more. To be the first to get some answers concerning these undertakings, agree to the Building Radar stage and get the freshest leads from Iran and the Middle East!

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    Written on Thursday, 24 November 2016 11:50 in NEWS & TRENDS Be the first to comment! Read 952 times

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