Gender Equality at W...

After years of riots, protests, strikes and fights against phallocratic stereotypes and establishments, have women finally managed to combat inequality at work? Canter law firm presents the today reality illustrated.

When the women of Dagenham’s Ford Factory downed tools in 1968, they had just one goal driving them on – to be paid the same as their male counterparts.

45 years on and thanks to the introduction of the Equal Pay Act (1970), the Dagenham women can proudly claim to have made a difference to working conditions.

But can women really expect a fair deal or are they

We’ve decided to take a graphical look at some interesting Employment statistics in our new Employment Law infographic. As a law firm founded back in 1947, we have seen just how much the issue of gender equality at work has transformed the workplace.

In this infographic, we’ve taken a look at how far things have come, and also areas in which there are still big differences between the genders. Of course, if you feel your gender has affected the way you have been treated by your colleagues or your employer, then our Employment law department could provide you with expert legal advice on issues ranging from discrimination, through harrassment, leaving employment and also contractual issues you might have with your employer.

Homeless in the US 2012

Exhaustive data about homelessness : states accounting for nearly half the homeless population, states having the highest rates of unsheltered homeless and more!

Youth Suicide Statistics

Reportedly youth suicide rates have tripled since 1950s, with male perpetrators being about 2 times more frequent that female. Numbers are nothing when talking about life loss, but the following facts unveil the truth about student suicides and raise awareness about the need of prevention measures.

Methods of Fighting Drug Addiction

Reportedly 1 out of 10 Americans is someway involved with drug or general substance addiction and this situation has a notable impact on economy. Top Counseling Schools highlight traditional and new methods of addicts’s treatment.

Minneapolis Crime Report 2013

This infographic examines criminality statistics for the 1st semester of 2013 in Minneapolis with a focus on most common crimes occurring in this area.

Mobile Phone Social Isolation

Is keeping in touch by mobile phone killing our real-life conversations?

Women’s Equality Day Facts

How much do you know about Women’s Equality Day and the 19th Amendment of Aug 26? Though a bit outdated as for the date we put this infographic on, it’s quite informative of the inequality between the sexes in the US and the history of women’s rights

Poverty on Mental He...

On this report you will see how much Americans struggle with poverty nowadays. Reportedly It turns out that those living on the breadline are three times more likely to develop mental illness than those with better financial status.

Addiction at Work

Do you know how to tell if a colleague of yours suffers from addiction either to substances or activities? He might be next to you and according to this report odds are that it will happen at some time during your professional life.

Drugs in the US

According to the facts presented here drugs have become a convention for large portion of the American population. The societal impact is plausibly multifactor and to some extent there’s a heavy death toll for young addicts. Have a look at some interesting facts about drug use and addiction in the US.

Profiling Internet Trolls

Read a comprehensive resolution of how an internet troll thinks and feels, how internet culture invokes trolling and learn how to mock a troll.

Violence Against Women Statistics

Violence against women keeps blotting societies around the world without cultural, social or economic boundaries. United Nations report on the situation presenting shocking global statistics.

American Prison Paradox

Quick, easy, enligthening but hard. It seems that the American prison system is bleeding and is bloated of paradoxs. Read on 7 shocking facts.

Historic Shift In US Demographics

Black or White? Radical changes have been noticed in US demographics. We are all people!

Suicide in America Statistics

This rerport outlines the devastating situation of suicide deaths across the US counties with demographic analysis and special reference to youngs, military personnel and particular population groups.

Social Security Pay Gap

This report highlights the inequality in social security benefits between retired men and womenin the US. Female retirees receive 23% less on average than their male counterpart.

Social Exclusion A New Approach

United Nations research shows that social exclusion preception has drastically changed nowadays.

Solitary Living

More than ever Americans are opting to live on their own. Here you will find insigths into the trend of solitary living as promoted by the modern idea of individual cult.

Youth Criminal Justice Statistics

Surprising statistics for youth in the American adult criminal justice system. Facts showing that a remarkable number of children are tried, sentenced or incarcerated as adults and are mistreated during their waiting for trial.

Women Of Color In The US

This report examines the state of American women of color in four key areas of living standard.

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