British Library cuts gender pay gap

British Library cuts gender pay gap

The British Library cut its gender pay gap in the year to end March 2018, after "concentrating efforts on attracting women into senior positions."

According to the latest data submitted to the government ahead of the April deadline, women at the British Library earned 0.4% less than men per hour, compared to 1.81% the previous year, according to the median calculation. Women were paid a median of £14.38 an hour across the organisation’s staff in the year in question, with men earning £14.43.  Last year’s report showed men’s median hourly pay was £14.37 compared to women at £14.11, a differ...

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