Amazon UK reports no median gender pay gap

Amazon UK reports no median gender pay gap

Amazon UK’s gender pay gap has reported no median gender pay gap, with women earning the same as men, in comparison to the UK average of 17.9% in favour of men. 

The report for its 27,500 permanent UK employees, published on 29th March ahead of the national deadline, uses data from 5th April 2018, with a median gender pay gap of 0% compared to -0.7% in favour of women in last year’s report

The latest report shows a mean gender pay gap of 7.1% in favour of men, compared to 6.1% in the 2017 report. 

In 2018, more employees received bonuses, with 60.3% of female employees receiving a bonu...

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