|Date:||10. March 2021|
This time, the Baltic Diversity Academy will focus on the research around gender pay gap in Estonia, which has been conducted by Tallinn University. Why does this gap occur? How is it affected by the attitudes of employees, employers and the state? Can we fix the gap and what is the role of companies in this? Triin Roosalu (PhD) from the research team introduces the most interesting findings.
Come join us on March 10, 2:30–4 pm EET! Register here.
Baltic Diversity Academy is a series of online events which came into life during lockdowns in spring 2020. This is a means for Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian Diversity Charters to share knowledge and experiences on all things diverse and inclusive! During the first year, four online seminars were held on topics like the importance of diversity and inclusion in times of crisis and the impact stereotypes on career paths. In 2021, we will continue with timely and interesting topics in the world of D&I in the Baltics.
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