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Companies slow to act on gender pay gap

Male and Female - Three quarters of employers have done nothing to analyse whether they are paying women as much as men - SantanderCB

Research by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has found that three-quarters of employers have done nothing to analyse whether they are paying women as much as men. Its survey of 1,000 employers found that large companies are most likely to have begun work on analysing whether they are paying women fairly, but only one in four firms had performed any analysis. The CIPD said this showed that companies were still uncertain about the rules.

 

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