Pay gap between men and women fails to improve

In order to provide a comparison with previous years, Wetherspoon’s said the same calculations were made based on the 42,820 employees who, before the Covid lockdown on 20 March 2020, were working in their UK pubs, hotels and head office. The median pay gap, “taking account of all employees, was 0.45% , meaning, on average, women earned more than men”, the spokesperson added.

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