Bonus Pay Gap Figures For Norton Rose Fulbright
March 30, 2018
Gender pay gap regulations in the UK require firms with 250 or more employees to report on gender pay gaps, and in compliance, global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has reported a 17 percent mean pay gap in favor of men for hourly pay as of April 2017. The firm voluntarily published data for its UK partners in management positions as well, and in respect to bonuses the gap is in favor of women. The greatest gender imbalance is found in the lowest pay quartile, composed mostly of administrative and secretarial roles. The firm’s analysis shows that if these job roles were removed from the gender pay gap data, the mean gender pay gap would reduce to 10.9 percent and the median gender pay gap would decrease to 2 percent. The firm believes its gender pay gap can in part be attributed to different job types and levels of seniority. More than half of employees in the highest and second highest pay quartile are female.
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