Hachette gender pay gap report: 'moving in the right direction'

Hachette gender pay gap report: 'moving in the right direction'

Hachette UK has reported on its gender pay gap for 2019, revealing it has made some progress in closing the gender data gap in its core publishing divisions after increasing the number of higher paid women in its upper echelons.

There was however a slipping back for the wider group after a large number of lower-paid men in its distribution centres left the company in the shift to the new distribution facility the Hely Hutchinson Centre.

In the report, Hachette said: “We are pleased that, while we still have a long way to go, we are moving in the right direction.”

Hachette UK saw an impro...

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