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Pay gap widens at Irish firms in Britain

British disclosure rules make it possible to identify variations between the pay of men and women employees in large Irish companies

14th April, 2019
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Gender pay gaps at many large Irish companies are getting progressively worse. Many Irish companies with staff in Britain have seen their pay gaps between men and women widen over the past year, The Sunday Business Post has found. All companies with more than 250 staff in Britain are legally required to release information on the differences in pay between their male and female staff.

Meat processing company Kepak recorded the biggest increase in pay disparity...

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