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Pay Gap for Men and Women Grew at Many British Employers, Report Shows

Businesses in Britain came under criticism this week as a new report showed that the gap between salaries for men and women had widened at about 40 percent of the companies that reported, and that the majority of employers were still paying men more than women.

The report was a disappointment for some advocates of a 2017 regulation that required companies with at least 250 employees to report to the government the difference between average salaries and bonuses for male and female staff.

A number of countries, including Australia and Germany, have started requiring companies to report their gender pay gaps …

Source: NYT

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