Political and regulatory gender pay gap rises

In our final analysis, policy makers and enforcers report widening gaps in pay

James Phillips
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Political and regulatory gender pay gap rises

The gender pay gap recorded by organisations within the political and regulatory sectors rose over the course of 2019/20, Professional Pensions analysis finds.

Looking at those organisations involved in the creation of pensions policy, or the regulation of schemes or their advisers, the mean gender pay gap rose by 0.2 percentage points during the year to the...

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