Clydesdale Bank owners vow to close 37% gender pay gap
Clydesdale Bank's parent company is to raise its minimum salary for full-time staff to £17,000 in a bid to tackle the company's gender pay gap. CYBG revealed in its first gender pay gap report that its male staff were currently on average paid 37% more per hour than their female colleagues. The gap for all employees in the UK is 18.4%, according to the Office for National Statistics.Link to BBC News
Category: Employment » Equal pay; Sex discrimination. Area(s) of law: Employment; Banking.
Source: BBC News.