Gender Pay Gap

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Gender Pay Gap refers to the differences in the salary or pay based on one’s gender orientation; this is a term traditionally used for the higher average salaries that men earn over females. 

Employers must ensure to avoid a gap between salaries when it comes to gender, simply because women can work as hard as men, therefore gender should not be a reason for deciding on how much salary an employee should be paid; organizations should rather focus on one's potential.

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employers must avoid gender pay gap.
Gender Pay Gap