Tuesday February 18, 2020

Significant gender pay gaps revealed at major Irish firms

All companies with more than 250 employees in Britain are required to disclose the gap between the earnings of male and female staff and the data has thrown up huge disparities in pay

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
8th April, 2018
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A number of large Irish companies have revealed substantial gender pay gaps at their British operations, according to figures released last week.

All companies with more than 250 employees in Britain are required to disclose the gap between the earnings of male and female staff and the data has thrown up huge disparities in pay.

According to the mandatory filings, Irish building giant John Sisk & Son has a large pay gap, with the median earnings...

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