Gender Pay Gap: Part Two
In the second episode of our two-part pilot, we start to uncover some ways that the gender pay gap can be tackled
Last time out in The Ladder, we started our audio investigation into the gender pay gap. We discovered how the issue is just one of the manifestations of wider inequalities that women face across a range of industries. Whether just starting out, or as the founder of a fast-growing startup, our interviewees shared a range of honest and revealing stories that showed how the deck can often be rigged against female professionals.
In this episode though, we move towards some solutions. From big businesses to agile, fast-growing companies and for individuals alike we’re on a mission to uncover the ways in which the pay gap can be tackled. We speak to Melanie Levick-Parkin, Heather Melville OBE, Hailley Griffis, Malin Persson, Imriel Morgan and Till Leopold. Click the player below to take a listen, or search for ‘The Ladder’ on your favourite podcast app.
The Ladder is brought to you by Squarespace who you can enjoy a 20% discount off any first time purchase with the code: INTERN and by Podcast.co who are a brilliant new Manchester-based startup who have everything you need to start telling your own stories in audio.
The Ladder identity is by the brilliant Michael William Lester. He’s in the process of starting his own studio, Beginners. We can’t wait to see that take shape, check them out here. The Ladder is produced by Ben Ovington and Fuchsia Summerfield. It is mastered and soundtracked by Calvin Lanz. Recorded and mixed at University of Salford, we’re indebted to the brilliant Simon Connor for helping to assemble our wonderful young team of audio experts.