A landmark study into gender pay inequity, proves what most women already know they're valuable to businesses.
A world-first study by Motu Economic and Public Policy Research has found the value men and women add to their firms is statistically indistinguishable.
Yet, on average, a woman earns 84-cents for every dollar earned by a man.
Angela McLeod from Pay Equity Coalition told Rachel Smalley the research proves it's not a woman's fault she's paid less than a man.
"It's not her fault that men were negating the salary were not paid necessarily what that salary is."
LISTEN ABOVE AS ANGELA MCLEOD SPEAKS WITH RACHEL SMALLEY
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