Thomson Reuters reports UK gender pay gap of 16.95 percent
Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s biggest news and information companies, on Tuesday reported a mean gender pay gap for its British entities of 16.95 percent and a mean bonus gap of 50.52 percent.
Guy Faulconbridge of Reuters reported, “Thousands of large UK employers have been ordered to disclose their gender pay gaps by April, almost 50 years on from the passage of Britain’s equal pay act.
“‘At Thomson Reuters, we believe the strongest workforce is the most diverse workforce; the most competitive in the global economy,’ said Mark Sandham, senior vice president and chief operating officer for human resources at Thomson Reuters.
“We will continue to champion gender equality and look forward to continuing to measure progress,’ he said in a report.
“The data was combined for all of its British legal entities.
“Thomson Reuters said men occupied 71 percent of its senior leadership roles.”
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