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Category Archives: Gender pay gap

Pay gap between men and women narrows

There was a narrowing of the gender pay gap for all employees in the UK this year of 0.5 percentage points to 22%. The Office for National Statistics measures the gender pay gap by the median hourly pay excluding overtime. When full-time employment is examined, males earned an average of £12.97 an hour before tax compared to £11.39 an hour … Continue reading

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Women still held back in the workforce

The Women and Work Commission was established five years ago to put forward ideas on how the gender pay gap could be reduced and published a major report three years ago. Yesterday, they put forward an assessment of progress to date. The report said: “…while progress has been made in some important areas, much more can and should be done … Continue reading

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