The insurer released its gender pay gap data last month, reporting a 17% median pay gap, 27% mean pay gap, 30% median bonus gap, and 50% mean bonus gap. At the time, the business’s HR director described the median pay gap – which comes in just below the national average of 18.4% – as “not good enough.”
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