HarperCollins releases 2019 gender pay gap with 'progress being made'

HarperCollins releases 2019 gender pay gap with 'progress being made'

HarperCollins is closing its gender pay gap with the median difference between men and women's pay reducing from 10.2% to 8.8% in its latest filing.

Delivering its 2019 figures five months ahead of the government’s deadline of April 2020, the publisher said “progress is being made” but it will “continue to work to reduce our pay gap”. The figures are based on employees' salary details as of 5th April 2019 and represent colleagues across its publishing and distribution divisions.

The six-page report was circulated to HarperCollins’ 1,000-strong workforce on Thursday morning (28th November)...

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