A full-time working woman earns at least 23 per cent less than a man, reports this week have revealed. That means women would have to work about 12 weeks more a year to receive the same pay as a man. SHARE Share on Facebook SHARE Share on Twitter TWEET Link Smashing the glass ceiling is not going to be easy. Photo: Jamie Brown March 8 was International Women's Day, so it is timely to look at the rights of women in the workforce and what you can do to ensure you are treated equally and fairly.

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