SAGE's gender pay gap rises with new hires

SAGE's gender pay gap rises with new hires

SAGE's latest gender pay gap disclosures show deeper divisions between men and women's pay than in last year's inaugural report. For the year 2018, the publisher has reported a median pay gap of 16.9%, up from 14.5% in the previous year, with a mean pay gap of 23.8%, up from 22%.

The national average median pay gap is 17.9%, according to the Office of National Statistics.

In bonuses, which are given to all permanent staff, the median bonus pay gap fell marginally to 19.3% (20.7% the previous year), but the mean pay gap rose from 43.9% to 47.7%. 

The publisher said a 3% increase in women ...

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