Springer Nature has 'more to do' on gender pay gap

Springer Nature has 'more to do' on gender pay gap

Springer Nature has admitted there is still “more to do” after its latest gender pay gap report showed the mean salary difference between men and women had decreased slightly while the median remained roughly the same as the year before.

The latest report used figures taken from snapshot data on 5th April 2020, showing the mean gap was 16.5%, down from 18.3% in 2019. The median difference — calculated by ranking all employees from highest paid to lowest, and taking the wage of the person in the middle — was 14.8%, compared to 14.7% in 2019.

When it came to bonuses, the mean gap was 33.3% ...

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