Just over half of the companies that took part in last year’s exercise reported this year, so the Trust was still able to look at how much progress employers have made towards narrowing the gap.
The answer is, as you’ve probably guessed, not much. The average gender pay gap has declined only marginally, by 1.4 per cent, since 2017. Over the past year it fell by just 0.5 per cent.
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