PPF 'disappointed' as it reports widening pay gap for the first time

Holly Roach
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The PPF included data on the ethnicity pay gap alongside the gender pay gap this year
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The PPF included data on the ethnicity pay gap alongside the gender pay gap this year

The Pension Protection Fund’s (PPF) median gender pay gap had risen to 15.71% as at 31 March 2020, up from 13% the year prior, according to its latest pay gap report.

The lifeboat fund's Diversity Pay Gap Report - which this year included data on the ethnicity pay gap alongside the gender pay gap - also revealed its mean gender pay gap had increased by 2.45% to 25%...

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