The Fawcett Society is today publishing research showing that the majority (60%) of women in workplaces across the UK either don’t know what their male colleagues earn, or believe they are earning less than men who are doing the same job. The report is being released to mark Equal Pay Day (14th November 2019) – the day in the year when women effectively start to work for free – and suggests that unlawful pay discrimination may be more widespread than previously feared.