Bank of England reveals gender pay gap

Bank of England reveals gender pay gap
 

Male staff at the Bank of England are paid almost a quarter more than female employees, according to its latest gender pay gap report.
The median pay gap - based on the midpoints in the ranges of hourly earnings for men and women at the Bank - was 24.2% for the year to 30 March.
The mean figure, which was based on average hourly earnings, was 21%.
The gender bonus gap at the Bank stood at 25.6% for the median figure, while the mean was 23.6%.
The median UK gender pay gap fell to 9.1% for the year to April for full-time workers, down from 9.4% for the previous 12 months, according to the... read more

 
23 November 2017 in Business, Views: 53
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