Women holding top jobs in Hong Kong are getting paid less than men of the same rank. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Women holding top jobs in Hong Kong are getting paid less than men of the same rank. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
SCMP Editorial
Opinion

Opinion

Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Hong Kong can ill-afford to neglect the potential of half the population

  • In a world where competitiveness and talent are key to the city’s economic prosperity and international standing, boards, shareholders and consumers should demand more evidence that companies are exploiting the full potential of gender parity

Women holding top jobs in Hong Kong are getting paid less than men of the same rank. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Women holding top jobs in Hong Kong are getting paid less than men of the same rank. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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