Derbyshire Police 'has highest gender pay gap'

Derbyshire Police 'has highest gender pay gap'
 

Derbyshire Police has the largest gender pay gap of any force in England and Wales, new figures show.
The 28.8% gap, the difference between the median average salaries of male and female staff, compares to 27.5% in Kent and 27% in Durham and Dorset.
All forces recorded a gap that favours men apart from Cleveland Police which had no difference.
Figures from the Government Equalities Office showed only seven out of 44 forces had a gap in single figures.
When comparing hourly rates, women at Derbyshire Constabulary earn 71p for every £1 men earn.
After Cleveland, the next smallest gaps are... read more

 
3 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 115
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