OUP's gender pay gap broadly unchanged

OUP's gender pay gap broadly unchanged

Oxford University Press' latest UK gender pay gap details, dating to April 2018, show a small increase in the median figure from 12.6% in last year's report to 13.4% in this year's set of figures. But its mean pay gap decreased slightly from 24.1% in last year's report to 23.1% in the latest figures.

"Two key reasons that are driving the pay gap in the UK are that fewer women than men occupy OUP's highest-paying senior leadership roles, and, as was the case last year, higher market salary rates affect some functions that have a higher proportion of male employees, such as technology," the ...

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