Gender pay gap static at HarperCollins

Gender pay gap static at HarperCollins

HarperCollins’ gender pay gap has remained broadly static with the publisher saying it is "confident" of change long term after introducing initiatives including enhanced parental leave, balanced shortlists for senior roles and a blind recruitment process.

HarperCollins recorded a median gender pay gap of 10.2%, in favour of men, based on those earning on 5th April 2018, compared to 10.4% for the previous year. Meanwhile the mean is 16.5%, compared to 16% in 2017. The national average median pay gap is 17.9%, according to the Office of National Statistics.

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