Springer Nature reports mixed gender pay gap figures

Springer Nature reports mixed gender pay gap figures

Springer Nature has said there is "more to do" after reporting a mixed bag of figures in its latest gender pay gap disclosures for UK employees.

The publisher cut its median gender pay gap to 13.95% in the latest set of statistics filed, which date to 5th April 2018. In the previous year's figures the publisher's median pay gap - which is calculated by ranking all employees from the highest paid to the lowest paid, and taking the hourly wage of the person in the middle - stood at 15.21%.

But Springer Nature shaved less off its mean hourly pay difference between male and female employees...

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