In an attempt to kick-start a more transparent reporting process, Clifford Chance (CC) has opted to include the total earnings of its London partnership in its gender pay gap figures, revealing a 66% disparity.
The Law Society has called for uniformity in law firms’ gender pay gap reporting in a bid to ‘get ahead of the curve’ of what has proven a sluggish pace in tackling gender pay disparities.
Under the Equality Act 2010, companies with more than 250 employees were required to publish data on their gender pay gap. The first reports became due in April 2018.
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