Transparency rules expose extent of management gender pay gap

  Salary analysis by the CMI and Xpert HR shows that the gender pay gap in managers’ salaries is even bigger than previously estimated. As calculated under the Government’s new reporting regulations, the gap stands at 26.8% In real terms, male managers earn on average £11,606 per year more than their female...

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

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Transparency rules expose extent of management gender pay gap
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