Gender pay gap at 500 companies revealed


Sun, 07 Jan 2018

According to gender pay gap data, 80% of 527 organisations paid women less per hour on average than men. Organisations with 250 or more employees are now obliged to publish data on the gap, with the Government publishing the results from the first 527 firms to do so. The statistics show that retailer Phase Eight pays men nearly 65% more per hour, whilst EasyJet was 53% more. Nearly 50% of firms pay men at least 10% more per hour.




Category: Employment »  Equal pay. Keyword(s): Reporting. Area(s) of law: Employment; Corporate and Commercial Law.
Source: Independent

 

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