Women's earnings still higher at Macmillan but bonus gap widens

Women's earnings still higher at Macmillan but bonus gap widens

A gender pay gap report for Macmillan Publishers International (MPIL) shows women's mean average earnings in 2020 were 2% higher than men's, with median pay at 25% higher, although the bonus gap has widened in men's favour.

This year's snapshot data, which is based on full-pay employees, was taken on 5th April 2020, at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. MPIL pointed out this had skewed the data because furloughed workers and those taking temporary voluntary salary reductions are excluded under the government's reporting structure.

The proportion of women receiving a bonus at MPIL, which ...

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